Post-Brexit immigration plans to replace free movement with points system clear first Commons hurdle

Derrick Santistevan

Post-Brexit immigration plans to replace flexibility of movement with the EU have actually passed their first significant hurdle in parliament. The points- based system was authorized by 351 votes to 252 – thanks to Boris Johnson’s big Conservative bulk in the Commons. More information are anticipated to be expanded later on in the year to […]

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Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK over freedom of movement

Derrick Santistevan

Brussels has actually introduced legal action against the UK for declared “failure to comply” with EU freedom of movement guidelines. It sent out the federal government an official notification – the first phase of violation procedures – offering 4 months to “address the shortcomings”. Regardless of Brexit occurring at the end of January, the UK […]

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China Slams Hong Kong Democracy Movement as ‘Political Infection’

Sandra Loyd

China on Wednesday stepped up its usage of anti-terrorism rhetoric relating to the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, calling it a “political virus” and a “dark, destructive force.” The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office (HKMAO) under China’s cabinet, the State Council, struck out at the city’s black- outfitted protesters for going back to streets […]

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