Proposals aimed at cutting the numbers of low-skilled migrants from Europe following Brexit have been disclosed in a leaked Home Office paper.
The document, obtained by The Guardian, suggests free movement will end upon exit in March 2019 and the UK will adopt a "more selective approach" based on the UK's economic and social needs.
Access to labour in industries without shortages may be curbed, it suggests.
All the "leaked" documents are on The Guardian's site, which I will have a look at later. If the report is true, it is pleasing news, although I would be tougher and curb all foreign low skill labour. All these jobs should go to our own people and no one else.
Do we believe the government is going to do this, or is this just a appeasement exercise to keep hard-line Brexiteer Conservative MPs on May's side for now?