The British government has abandoned a plan to force companies to disclose the percentage of migrant employees (“international”), with the intention to name and shame those who do not invest in local skills.
"This is not going to happen," Defense Secretary Sir Michael Fallon told the BBC on Sunday.
License to discriminate
In doing so, he contradicted Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Last Tuesday, she justified that policy on the following grounds: “The state must draw a sharp line of distinction ...
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