The Yorkshire Post says: Brexit – and a need for jobs flexibility on EU migrants

THOUGH the total number of EU migrants in Yorkshire’s largest cities and towns is a relatively small percentage of the overall workforce, their contribution is still a significant one as Brexit talks intensify.
Without them, Yorkshire would be poorer economically, socially and culturally. And, given this region’s well-documented skills shortages, the overhaul of Britian’s immigration policies is far more complex, and nuanced, than headline-grabbing politicians are prepared to pronounce.
For, while Ministers do seem to be showing a greater sense of urgency and purpose following the most... read more

 
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