Theresa May to charge companies £2,000 a year for each non-EU worker they employ
|05/18/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Conservative government to charge companies £2,000 a year for non-EU skilled migrant workers.
- May will publish her manifesto plans to slash immigration to the tens of thousands a year.
- Businesses and senior figures in the government have urged her to drop the pledge.
- May will rule out removing foreign students from immigration numbers.
LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May will promise, later on Thursday, to charge companies £2,000 a year for every skilled non-EU migrant they employ as she sets out plans to slash immigration to the tens of thousands a year.
May introduced the Immigration Skills Charge last month and it is currently set read more >>>