Prime Minister sets out immigration matters

The PM, in a speech delivered in Shoreditch, East London, explained how the government is transforming the way it deals with immigration through its ‘controlled and fair’ points-based system. He went onto say:
The PM, in a speech delivered in Shoreditch, East London, explained how the government is transforming the way it deals with immigration through its ‘controlled and fair’ points-based system. He went onto say:

•unskilled migrant workers from outside the EU will not be allowed into the UK due to reduced need for their services;
•better training of British nationals would progressively tackle the skills shortages that have led to posts being filled by migrants;
•non-EU national chefs and care workers will no longer be required by 2012 and 2014 respectively; and
•asylum claims were lowered to early 1990s level.

The PM held a live online discussion but, like the remaining major political parties, did not confirm any real policy initiatives relating to immigration. Time will tell.

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