The leaders of Britain business call on scrapping immigration purposes after the British exit from the EU

  • The leaders of Britain business call on scrapping immigration purposes after the British exit from the EU
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    Goal of restricting immigration should be repealed after the British exit from the EU business lobby group the UK, the CBI recommended.
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Goal of restricting immigration should be repealed after the British exit from the EU business lobby group the UK, the CBI recommended.

Companies need a new immigration policy, avoiding visas for EU citizens and putting migration on the negotiation table, according to its new report ‘open and controlled – a new approach to migration’.

Evidence from 129 000 firms from 18 industrial sectors, the report shows the importance of migration at all skill levels,-says Deputy Director General of the CBI Josh hardy.

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He called for “stupid goal” will be fired that will allow companies to hire the staff they need.

“This is not a theoretical discussion,” he said. “We are talking about the future of our nation. Transparency and control should not be presented as opposites.

“Scrapping stupid goals, ensuring that all who come to the UK and to contribute with immigration of dividends to support public services will add to the confidence of the public.

“Many sectors are already experiencing shortages, from nurses to software engineers is as fast, stable, science-based, necessary action.”

The report stresses that businesses do not just need “the brightest and best” immigrants, but of varying skill levels in many different sectors.

Mr. hardy outlined the contributions of immigrants in the EU building in UK the house – from workers and electricians to architects, and in eating and drinking, starting with the farm workers, due to logistics and hospitality.

“The stakes couldn’t be higher,” he said. “Get it wrong and the UK risks too few people to run the NHS, collect fruit, or deliver products to stores across the country.

“It would hurt us all – from the money in our pockets, to our access to public services.

“The needs are more complex than just making sure that the UK can attract ‘the best’.”

And he called for increased migration in the context of future trade negotiations, to allow the economy to grow, as well as the reform of the EU, the immigration visa system.

“For a global Kingdom, to succeed, the UK needs to send the right signals that show that it remains open and hospitable in the world,” he said.

“This means that migration on the table in trade negotiations to get the best deal, first the EU, then other countries where you can see the existing visa restrictions hamper trade and foreign direct investment.”

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