Thinktank says plans would also cost employers over £1bn in five years and harm higher education
The government’s post-Brexit immigration system would cost employers more than £1bn in administration costs over five years, harm the higher education sector by putting off EU students and risk a new Windrush scandal, according to an analysis of the plans.
The report by Global Future, a thinktank that supports more open immigration, says the NHS would also face almost £120m a year in additional costs to recruit overseas staff under the system laid out in the immigration white paper.Continue reading...
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