UK to limit skilled non-EU workers

New government to reduce number of skilled non-EU workers coming into the country.

    Britain's new government is taking its first step to reduce the number of skilled non-EU workers coming into the country.

    David Cameron, the prime minister, campaigned in May's election for a reduction in migrant workers, but many business leaders say he is wrong, especially at a time when the economy is struggling.

    Paul Brennan reports from London.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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