LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May’s cupboard of ministers agreed on a plan to focus Britain’s post-Brexit migration system on high-skilled migrant staff however which might additionally permit corporations to rent low-skilled overseas staff, the Financial Times stated.
Last week, official specialists really helpful prioritising high-skilled migrant staff after Brexit and that there ought to be no preferential treatment for staff from the European Union, proposals that fearful some business leaders.
The FT stated that whereas ministers backed the specialists’ proposals at a gathering on Monday, the concept of giving no preferential treatment to EU staff might change if or when Britain agrees a commerce cope with the EU, the FT stated.
“That would mean a better deal on migration, but the same offer would be available if we struck trade deals with other countries around the world,” the newspaper quoted a supply as saying.
Writing by William Schomberg; Editing by Matthew Mpoke Bigg