Saturday, May 28, 2022

Landlords and employers who flout migrant rules to face tougher penalties

Landlords and employers will face sanctions for knowingly taking on those without permission to live and work in the UK after Brexit under plans to be revealed this summer.

Theresa May has asked Amber Rudd, the home secretary, Damian Green, the work and pensions secretary, and David Davis, the Brexit secretary, to prepare a migration white paper for publication in the coming months.

Businesses have been reassured that they will not face a “cliff edge”, with any changes brought in gradually and allowances made for low-skilled migration such as seasonal agricultural work.


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