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Possible barista visa to help businesses keep hold of EU staff

training azioni binarie online trading platform Home Secretary Amber Rudd is considering introducing a ‘barista visa’ to ensure coffeehouses and bars to hold on to EU staff after Brexit.

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اسعار الفوركس اليومي Lord Green’s also suggests that their time should be limited to two years and that they should be unable to claim benefits or free housing.

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wikipedia opzioni binarie Lord Green told The Sun: “We can kill two birds with one stone here. “We can meet the needs of pubs and restaurants and maintain our links with young Europeans by allowing them to come for a strictly limited period of two years to work. It is quite possible that an unlimited supply of cheap labour has been a disincentive to investment in machinery.”

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binaire opties verhandelen “However, as we are currently considering the various options as to how EU migration might work once we have left, it would be wrong to set out further positions at this stage.”

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