A survey across 380 businesses, by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and global jobs website Indeed, shows that more than half of those with non-UK employees believe they would be adversely impacted by the proposed £30,000 minimum salary threshold for skilled migrants.

Even more of them said they would be negatively affected by plans to impose a 12-month work and residency limit on lower skilled migrants, while just over a third said their businesses would be harmed by the proposal to extend the Immigration Skills Charge to EU27 nationals, not just those from outside the EU, after Brexit.

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