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Brexit Chief Backs Unlimited EU Immigration

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Brexit Chief Backs Unlimited EU ImmigrationShadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer’s decision to lend his support to unlimited EU immigration after the UK leaves EU will most likely result in a civil war amidst labor.

The Brexit chief explained that he has every reason to believe that almost everybody will support the free movement if there are jobs in the UK for EU nationals. What is required of firms in need of workers is to ensure advertisement is made locally before going for the option of getting migrants from the continent, he said. In other words, firms must advertise locally for a job that needs to be done, but if there is no one to do it in the UK, they are free to workers across the continent which he believes will be acceptable to most people. Family reunification is another reason he said could make people accept free movement.

He subsequently suggests that Labour take advantage of a process called Norway-style Brexit which will impose workers free movement on the UK.

Labour’s Election Manifesto

In 2017, Labour’s Election Manifesto agreed on an end to free movement once the UK leaves EU. Sir Keir was a part of this agreement – at the time, he said a change at the border would be inevitable.

The Brexit chief has now changed his position totally, opting for easy movement as he is no longer content supporting Brexit-blocking motions.

Despite the obvious reasons for Keirs’ decision, it is also imperative for him to rethink as a free movement could make firms who are fond of making money off cheap labor to offer job packages no Brits will take hence paving the way for migrants. The sudden free movement call is a betrayal of a significant Brexit demand hence removal of the Brexit chief could be looming.

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Brexit Boosts Employment, Earnings, Job Openings in Britain

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Brexit Boosts Employment, Earnings, Job Openings in BritainOn Tuesday, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published figures which stated that between September and November 2018, 75.8% of individuals between age 16 and 64 were employed with paid salaries.

According to the report, 21% are not job hunting (economically inactive), while 4% are unemployed and this is also the lowest record since 1971.

Also, about 853,000 jobs were available between October and December 2018. This record beats the former which was taken a year before, by 39,000.

The net European Union migration has reduced since 2012, and this is good news for the British workers.

While the media and the politicians bewailed that the drop in the EU citizens number eager to use the free movement to move to Britain was because of the “Brexit uncertainty”; however, an average British worker has benefited from the drop in foreign Labour because employers now believe that the job markets which are now competitive means higher salaries for the Britons.

Last year at the Resolution Foundation, Stephen Clarke, a Senior Economic Analyst gave a warning to employers to adjust migration environment which is much lower, in regards to their products, their workers as well as their operations. This was in prospect of the end of low-wage workers which were unlimited, from the continent.

The Bank of England noticed the emerging rise in salaries and mobility of employees in Nov 2017, 17 months after the vote to leave the EU. At that time, Gertjan Vlieghe, a member of the Monetary Policy Committee in the Bank, did say that they have heard news of difficulty of firms to recruit not just in individual sectors but there is also an issue of broad-based pressure. However, lately, the firms are responding well with the increase in wages.

Low-skilled migrants still needed

While the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) of the government reported that the migrants who are low-skilled are not required in the UK after Brexit, but the Tories have bowed to industry pressure, and thus, a 12-month work visa will be given to the migrants by Britain after Brexit.

This opens the door to the influx of less expensive migrant Labour is going to destroy the pledge made by the Conservative Party to reduce immigration, as well as, bring down the British workers’ wages.

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UK Mulls Changes To Permanent Residency For Immigrants

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The UK is planning to overhaul residency policy and may terminate automatic residency for migrant workers

The immigration minister of UK Mr. Damian Green recently published that the government is all set to pushing the latest reforms regarding automatic settlement in terms of the employment which is required to be terminated.

According to the UK immigration news, as until now, the migrants on the work permit or the domestic worker’s visa expected that they could go for applying for permanent residency after the 5 years and for the British Citizenship, a year later.

According to the UK immigration news the radical changes includes the new minimum pay thresholds means that candidates with their best working experience are the ones who will be able to apply for the desired residency. As per the new rules, the government intends to do the following:

  • The government will continue to monitor and seek changes to the immigration policy and may even make additional changes to permanent residency policy.
  • Those who run their own business, along with talented migrants will fall under Tier 1 category.
  • As per the UK immigration news, the government will continue to assist and enable settlement for those who fall under Tier 2 plus provided they meet the minimum wage requirement of £35,000.
  • PH-D level scientist and other researchers will qualify the settlement without having the minimum salary criteria.
  • The government will also consider all workers to be exempted in terms of the minimum settlement salary in case of shortage occupations jobs which may include the nurses, social workers, teachers and much more.
  • The candidates who fall under the Tier 2 can  extend the temporary visa in order to stay in UK up to 6 years along with a cooling-off period of about a year.
  • The government plans to make it possible for overseas domestic workers to apply and work privately, in UK for a period of up to six months, but they would be required to stay employed by the same company for this entire duration.
  • The UK government also makes it possible for overseas visitors to undertake short term assignments, for periods not extending one to two months, with no requirements of sponsorship by anyone.
  • Tier 5 category workers, are those who are employed by various diplomatic households, and as such, are allowed to stay and work in UK for a period of up to five years.

The proposed changes, some of which are already in effect, are designed to limit immigration as per criterion set by the government.

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