Britain finds it easier to surrender border control to other sovereign states than to devolve control to its own constituent states.
London is rejecting a key demand by Nicola Sturgeon for immigration policy to be devolved as part of the Brexit process.
The British Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, told Members of the Commons Scottish affairs committee that the local government had to rely on indirect ways to attract foreign workers, such as education and workforce training.
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