Editor’s Letter – Issue 115

July | August 2016

HAMLIN LOVELL

UK Government ministers’ talk of potentially repatriating some new EU migrants is empty rhetoric for now as ‘Freedom of Movement’ applies, as does all EU law – until and unless the UK formally exits (likely at least two years ahead). But the Government’s policy on non-EU migrants may reveal some clues about aims for any new immigration policy. With some exceptions, non-EU migrants must earn over £35,000 to remain in the UK after five years. As fresh-faced finance...

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