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Home Office accused of refusing to listen to £111bn-a-year culture sector – just weeks after a minister admitted government must retain free movement
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.
Experts quick to point out similar system will exist for Britons visiting Europe after Brexit.
The home secretary has been unable to clarify what checks will take place on goods moving between Northern Ireland and Great Britain after Brexit.
UK citizens fear ‘consequences’ of British government’s announcements after Brexit.
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Number of EU nationals applying to remain in UK post-Brexit surges 128 per cent in a month.
The government has reportedly scrapped plans to end freedom of movement on 31 October after being told by lawyers that imposing the rule change on EU nationals could scupper no-deal planning and leave ministers at risk of legal action.
The ex-Chancellor continued his public feud with Boris Johnson, attacking the Prime Minister's 'hypocritical' plan to stifle dissent.
Labour's leader weighed in as No10 and Home Secretary Priti Patel prepare to announce new plans for immigration in a No Deal Brexit.
‘These plans would be a fundamental affront to British values of tolerance and respect’
Downing Street confirmed that the right of European Union nationals to freedom of movement would end overnight on 31 October in a no-deal.
Priti Patel’s reported aim contradicts the PM’s promises, says the3million campaign.
New home secretary wants border restrictions imposed immediately on 31 October – despite warnings of people trapped in legal limbo.
A policy paper in January warned it would take 'some time to implement' a new immigration system.
Chair of MPs’ committee hears concerns from locals about Brexit and return to violence. / The consequences of Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal would be “extremely serious” for Northern Ireland, Tom Tugendhat, the chair of the foreign affairs select committee, has warned.
With Indian restaurants in crisis, Boris Johnson and Priti Patel said we would be able to employ more chefs from south Asia.
Jacob Rees-Mogg and Priti Patel tweet support for offshoot of US group accused of anti-Islam views.
During the referendum, Leavers loudly defended the rights of EU citizens legally resident in the UK. Now many pro-Brexit MPs are not practising what they preach. They have so far refused to back legislation requiring the government to guarantee these citizens’ rights. We’ve gathered below some of the statements made before and after June 23 by Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and ...
Brexiteers who claimed the NHS would receive an extra £350m after Brexit have been condemned for voting down an amendment demanding an analysis of the impact of exiting the EU on the health service.
Ireland would be hit hard in the event of a no-deal Brexit; a Brexiteer has argued this should be used as leverage to get a better deal.