The UK’s new immigration plan reveals plenty about the kind of country Boris Johnson wants to lead.
Home Office pours cold water on artists’ hopes of retaining free movement between the UK and the EU.
British government tells employers to ‘adjust’ to not being able to recruit low-skilled workers from Europe.
‘Simpler’ and ‘fairer’ visa regime will apply from January 2021.
The Foreign Minister said consumers and the environment must not be neglected by a post-Brexit trade agreement.
Migration Advisory Committee chair says advice should decrease immigration, but also lower rate of growth in population, employment and GDP.
‘As we leave the EU I want to send a message that the UK is open to the most talented minds in the world,’ said Boris Johnson.
The spat over the UK’s use of a European border control database could impact security cooperation after Brexit.
Europeans would need passports to travel to the UK post Brexit, under Conservative Party proposals.
The SNP demands a second independence referendum next year and an end to austerity.
The data points to a more ambiguous picture on the referendum’s effect.
The Lib Dems are unlikely to win the election — but they could be kingmakers.
The system was never designed to cut migration — just the opposite.
The U.K. will not achieve a “clean break” Brexit and deep division over the EU will dominate British politics for “many years to come,” Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar told a business audience in Dublin Thursday. “The story of Brexit does not end if the United Kingdom leaves on 31st October or even January 31st […]
Boris Johnson promised a similar scheme in the UK post Brexit in his first speech to parliament as PM.