Prince Charles brutally slaughtered thousands of Bulgarians! He calls for “Land Army” VIDEOThe British government is planning a similar move in February this year, with the aim of sharply reducing the influx of low-skilled labor. According to the document from January 1, 2021, citizens of EU countries, as well as Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland will not have free access to the British labor market.
British Home Secretary Priti Patel said the new immigration system would be “more reliable, fair and simple”. In addition, it will play a “significant role” in healing the British economy from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The issuance of work and study visas will be regulated by the new points system, which will take into account the education, qualification, salary and profession of the immigrant. Whoever receives a sufficient number of points will receive a visa.
Preference will be given to workers with “special qualifications” and at the same time foreigners will have to demonstrate a good knowledge of English. In particular, those who already have a job offer in the UK, as well as holders of professions or degrees required in that country in scientific and technical specialties, will receive the most points.
At the same time, the planned reform has drawn criticism from business representatives, who say many companies cannot do without foreign workers and that the country is unlikely to be able to meet the needs of agricultural workers and medical staff on its own.
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The Royal College of Nursing has already expressed concern that the forthcoming changes “do not meet the needs of the population in health and care”, and Assistant Secretary General of Unison (the largest union in the Kingdom) Christina Maccani said that the new plans ” mean an absolute disaster for the health sector. ” Authorities in London say the British economy needs to reduce its dependence on “cheap labor from Europe” and focus on investing in high technology and automation.
Meanwhile, negotiations between Britain and the EU on post-Brexit relations have reached a stalemate. On May 15, at the end of the third round of talks, the two sides blamed each other for the lack of progress on the central issue of competition in trade relations. Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator for Brexit, said London was reluctant to end the dialogue and that the British wanted to reap the benefits of access to the EU’s single market without commitments.
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