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FDF voices concern over new UK immigration rules for low-skilled workers

Just-Food Wednesday, 19 February 2020
The UK's Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has responded after the country's government announced plans for a new points-based immigration system, which bars non-skilled workers.
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News video: Government sets out plans for a new points-based immigration system

Government sets out plans for a new points-based immigration system 00:55

Home Secretary Priti Patel outlines plans for a new points-based system after freedom of movement ends. The changes are designed to cut the number of low-skilled migrants entering Britain from the beginning of next year but aim to make it easier for higher-skilled workers to get UK visas.

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