CECA welcomes European Union migration review

CECA welcomes European Union migration review

CECA welcomes European Union migration review

Ms. Rudd told the Migration Advisory Committee's chairman Professor Alan Manning that during the transition period there would be "a straightforward system for the registration and documentation of new arrivals".

Last week, the Lords EU committee urged Theresa May's Government to look at "differentiated arrangements" for Scotland, falling short of full control on immigration.

"That narrows the options for policymakers and reduces the choice for the British people in how they want to control our immigration system going forward", Nevin added.

"A sufficient transitional period would provide smaller firms with enough time to prepare for any incoming immigration system", he added. Given the importance of mobile skills and labour for the United Kingdom economy, firms will want the review to move at pace and include the views of all sectors, ' he added.

Babs Murphy, chief executive of the North and Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, said: "We welcome the Home Secretary's decision to commission rigorous and independent analysis to inform the shape of our future immigration system".

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Home Secretary Amber Rudd has promised business there will be no "cliff edge" on immigration.

"While businesses are committed to filling vacancies locally wherever they can, they will still need access to both European Union and global candidates with a range of skills in the future".

The British and Irish governments say they want to avoid customs checks or other formalities at a border that is now almost invisible - but it's unclear how that can be made to work.

We don't need a "designer" Brexit or a well-tailored "bespoke" Brexit.

Lancashire business leaders have welcomed plans for a major study into the effects of migration on the United Kingdom economy.

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"This points to a potential skills gap opening up and a measured approach to immigration, built around the needs of the economy, will play a key role in ensuring businesses can continue attracting the skills they need".

Nobody is expecting a running commentary on the negotiations, however we do need clarity and consistency from Ministers on this issue because up until now there has been too much obfuscation regarding the whole Brexit process.

But Hammond told BBC radio that European Union nationals would have to register with the authorities starting from the expected departure date of March 2019 as the government comes up with a new immigration system.

The Home Office will ask the MAC to focus the study on patterns of EU and EEA (European Economic Area) migration, considering regional distribution; skill levels; industry sectors and the role of the self-employed, part-time, agency, temporary and seasonal workers.

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