Sajid Javid wants EU immigration slashed by 80 per cent under Brexit border reforms

Mail Online | 12/16/2018 | Tim Sculthorpe, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline
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Sajid Javid wants EU immigration to Britain slashed by 80 per cent after Brexit, claims about the planned policy paper on the UK border say.

The Home Secretary's long-awaited immigration plan is due to be published this week.

Curbs - £30 - Minimum - Requirements - Workers

Curbs will include applying £30,000 minimum salary requirements to mid-skilled workers - though as many high skilled people are expected to be allowed to come as want to.

The number of low-skilled people staying long term is expected to plunge to almost nothing.

Paper - Arrivals - EU - UK - Immigration

Overall, the white paper will say arrivals from the EU into the UK should be running at around 10,000 to 25,000 by 2025 - down from 74,000 in the most recent immigration figures.

This is still not enough to meet the long-standing Tory pledge to get immigration down to the tens of thousands. Net non-EU migration ran at 248,000 people in the most recent figures.

Source - Sunday - Times - 'We - Control

A source told the Sunday Times: 'We are going to take full control over who can come to the UK, prioritising those with the skills the UK needs rather than on the basis of which country they come from.'

Under the proposals revealed by the paper, the number of medium-skilled workers entering the country will plummet from 18,500...
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