Immigration

EU Nationals in the UK: The Government's post-Brexit offer... What next?

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On 26 June 2017, the Government published its proposals outlining how it intends to protect the rights of EU Nationals living in the UK. More …

Brexit: How the referendum will affect EU nationals

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Since the EU referendum Blake Morgan has heard from a number of clients who are concerned about their status in the UK. More …

Brexit: the implications for employers

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As the shockwaves from the EU referendum result continue to be felt and the political landscape undergoes seismic change, we look at what employers need to know. More …

Fair dismissal of employee where employer reasonably believed there was no right to work in the UK

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The EAT has upheld the Employment Tribunal’s decision that an employer’s genuine and reasonable belief that an employee was no longer permitted to work in the UK was sufficient to justify the dismissal for "some other substantial reason." More …

The London Metropolitan University's immigration saga - In context

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Over the past few years, the British Government has stepped up its efforts to restrict migrants coming into the UK in an effort to ensure that UK nationals are not being overlooked for employment in favour of overseas nationals. The "Immigration Cap" has been a key policy objective. More …