UK's post-Brexit immigration policy is highly damaging for hospitality

Co-Head of Immigration, Gemma Jones expresses her concerns about the disregard from the Prime Minister about the impact of Brexit on the UK hospitality sector, She explains how the immigration policy once the UK leaves the EU shows a lack of understanding about this particular sector.

Gemma states that "under the new system, skilled workers who want to live and work in Britain would be given priority over low-skilled immigration which would be curbed and, in fact (it is proposed) there will be no special scheme in place for the low-skilled to access the UK labour market".

To read Gemma's full piece on this subject, click here.

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