Businesses react to Conservative plans for naming foreign workers
Business owners have given a mixed reaction to government proposals that could require companies to disclose what percentage of their workforce is non-British.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd defended the plans for companies to do more to employ British people, saying she was not "racist" for talking about immigration.
Benji Lanyado, who runs the London-based picture agency start-up Picfair, is opposed to the plans "not as a business decision, but a very simple moral one".
He voiced his opposition on Twitter and, speaking to the BBC, said he thought the "dangerous"... read more
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