Independent | 12 November 2018
Sadiq Khan has warned that London’s economy and public services will suffer “scary” staff shortages if a £30,000 minimum salary threshold is imposed on foreign workers post-Brexit.
The London mayor, who has thrown his support behind a fresh referendum on any Brexit deal, said there could be an exodus of skilled foreign workers from areas including construction, hotels and restaurants if such drastic changes were made to the UK’s current immigration policy.
He added the move would also exacerbate the already critical vacancy levels in nursing and social care.
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