Personally I like the points system, but there’s more than one way to tackle a bear.
On one level I just don’t trust this woman, but if she can be held accountable, then lets see what she brings to the game. In past generations, you had to have a job lined up before you could enter a country as an immigrant, that’s been tossed aside for years, time to restart the practice.
No job? You can’t move to Britain: May’s blueprint to curb EU migrants post-Brexit is revealed – and it will be more rigorous than points-based system
- EU citizens wanting to work in Britain would need a job before moving
- Regime will be more rigorous than the proposed points-based system
- David Davis said UK was prepared to quit single market for border control
- He said outright departure from the tariff-free zone was almost certain
Tough stance: Prime Minister Theresa May, pictured at the closing of the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, on Monday
EU migrants would need a job before entering the UK under post-Brexit border plans.
The regime will be more rigorous than the points-based system proposed by Leave campaigners, Government sources said last night.
David Davis, who is Cabinet minister for Brexit, said the UK was prepared to quit the single market to regain control over borders.
He told MPs that outright departure from the tariff-free zone was almost certain and Britain would strike alternative trade deals.
Yesterday Theresa May was forced to deny going soft on immigration following her apparent rejection of points-based entry rules. Aides said the Government was working on a far tougher system. Whitehall officials have been told that as a starting point EU citizens wanting to work in Britain must secure a job before setting foot here.
That would stop tens of thousands coming to these shores each year to trawl for often low-skilled employment.