Immigration curbs after Brexit will 'pull rug' from the Highlands

12 January 2019 @13:20 | The Guardian
MSP says white paper will harm area’s economy, which is facing ‘demographic timebomb’ The UK government’s immigration white paper “completely pulls the rug from under the feet of businesses and communities in the Highlands”, according to the Scottish National party’s Kate Forbes, one of the area’s most vocal representatives. continue...
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