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What Brexit means for you and your workforce

6 Oct 2016

Brexit really means Brexit

“Brexit means Brexit,” our Prime Minister has been insisting – for employers and European staff as useful a clarification as “eggs means eggs,” “beans means Heinz” or “love means never having to say you’re sorry.”

But now at last we are beginning to get an indication of how she would seek to alter immigration from Europe.

“What the British people voted for on the 23rd of June was to bring some control into the movement of people from the European Union,” May explained at the G20 Summit, before confounding those who had campaigned to leave the EU for an Australian points-based system by adding: “a points-based system does not give you that control.”