Under European Union rules that come into force on Sunday, May 1, Germany will open its doors fully to jobseekers from Poland and other Eastern European nations for the first time, paving the way for a flood of cut-price carpenters, plumbers and other budget labour of the kind that swept Britain in 2004.
Helalul Islam, 47, was jailed for providing accommodation, food and money to non-European citizens while running the Merrick Hotel in Castle Douglas.
One million people from all over the world filled the Mall and roads leading to Buckinghall Palace yesterday to watch the event of the year.
Many workers have taken holiday time off during this week, which has two public holidays – Monday and Friday. Migrant workers will be out in force during the wedding serving in the many bars, restaurants and hotels in London.
Two Iranians who say they were part of the pro-democracy movement have gone on hunger strike and sewn their lips together at the UK Border Agency in Croydon after being turned down for asylum, the BBC reports.
UK ‘brain drain’ and 3.4 million British Citizens living abroad makes the country even more dependant on skilled migrant workers, the Telegraph reports.
Free admissions service provider, UK University Services (UKUS) said that despite the recent clampdown on bogus private colleges and Tier 4 visa rule changes, Britain is still very much ‘open for business’ for students wishing to study at UK Universities and colleges.
The government’s current policy on immigration is preventing many employers from accessing highly-skilled labour, it has been claimed.
UKUS is a free University and College Admissions and Advice Service based in London, UK.
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