• The Latest: EU parliament chief unhappy with UK Brexit offer

    6 days ago - By Stl Today

    LONDON - The Latest on the Brexit negotiations :
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  • PWC: Curbing EU immigrant workers after Brexit would be 'particularly negative' for UK growth

    PWC: Curbing EU immigrant workers after Brexit would be 'particularly negative' for UK growth

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    Restricting EU migration after Brexit could severely impact certain UK industries reliant on EEA-born workers, including construction and food manufacturing, according to new research from PwC.
    London is most at risk of the consequences of reduced migration, since 14% of its workforce was EEA-born in 2016.
    The UK workforce has sharply increased its reliance on EEA-born workers since 2004, rising from 2% to 7% in 2016.
    LONDON - Restricting the migration of EU workers to the UK after Brexit could curtail growth and productivity, according to new research.
    PwC's latest UK Economic Outlook...
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