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Experts express concern over the loss of Britons’ free movement rights after Brexit.
Loss of free movement rights means UK workers not suitable for many professional roles.
The Home Office's proposed skills criteria and salary threshold for overseas workers will "decimate" the north's hospitality sector, an industry representative has said.
'No matter which sector you talk to - from video games to abattoirs, broadcasters to supermarket delivery, financial services to care - they all say the same thing: We need access to people.'
High cost of entry under immigration overhaul will put off applicants, says thinktank.
Boris Johnson's immigration plans for after Brexit are facing a massive backlash as industry leaders say key fields - like farming, construction and the stricken care industry - won't get the workers they need.
The paper, commissioned by the Scottish Government, identified 137 potential impacts.
New Tory MPs have promised to transform the region, but its greatest threat will come in days, when Britain leaves the EU.
Peers back three amendments including right of EU citizens to physical proof of right to stay in UK.
One in 10 Europeans in Britain have been wrongly told to provide proof of settlement despite it not being requirement until after Brexit, research suggests.
Johnson's own government's analysis suggests that a deal along the lines of that backed by Parliament will reduce annual economic growth by 6.7% compared to staying in the EU.
Questions raised about EU chief Guy Verhofstadt - after his claim of a partial climbdown is quickly rebuffed.
Around a third of EU nationals living in the UK have yet to secure settled status to remain in the country, creating a “ticking time bomb” for British businesses, a legal charity has warned.
European parliament says mixed messages have caused ‘unhelpful uncertainty’.
Lawyers say lack of knowledge among employers and landlords about EU settlement scheme is seeing people wrongly refused employment and turned away by landlords.
Angry MPs say the move threatens jobs, the environment and the NHS in a cliff-edge crash-out on WTO terms.
Searches for foreign jobs surged 25% immediately after last week’s General Election exit poll was published, according to new data from the world’s largest job site, Indeed.
Uncertainty over UK citizens’ future status is prompting some European employers to steer clear.
Landlords and employers are illegally asking applicants from the bloc to provide their settled status documentation.
IT job postings in the UK are being battered by Brexit and the lingering uncertainty of leaving the EU without a Withdrawal Agreement on 31 October.
The five key metrics are not pointing to anything good.
Conservative leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt has said he is prepared to sacrifice the jobs of British people in order to deliver Brexit.