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Ticking timebomb as business waits on guarantees for EU workers

Mark Hilton, Skills Director, London First Without EU nationals coming to the UK to fill jobs over the last ten years or so, London’s growth would have stalled.  It is unlikely that we would...

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London vulnerable to brain drain of EU millennials as many consider leaving the capital

Nearly two thirds (64%) of London’s under 30, high-skilled EU nationals are considering leaving the UK in the next five years – adding to a significant skills shortage in the capital. –This...

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Business welcomes a transition phase, but it isn’t the answer

[su_table] Dr David Lutton, Executive Director, Policy Natasha Ryan, Programme Manager, Brexit [/su_table] After a summer with little progress on negotiations, we heard last...

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Business split over benefits of a Brexit transition period

40% expect a positive impact but one in three unsure it will help them make decisions Transition agreement needs to be in place by June 2018 to realise benefits Most businesses want a one to...

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Immigration announcements; more smoke and mirrors?

Mark Hilton, London First Policy Director, Skills Immigration policy is undoubtedly the huge hurdle in Brexit negotiations, and the number one priority for business. This week, Amber Rudd...

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