Post-Brexit migrants will have to speak English and have qualifications

Post-Brexit migrants will have to speak English and have qualifications

UK provided details on the new immigration rules.

The UK provided details on the new rules for post-Brexit immigration, which will hinder access for EU citizens and impose requirements, such as speaking English, qualifications and a minimum wage of £ 25,600 (€ 30,800). “We are going to put in place a system that works in the interest of the whole UK and prioritizes the skills that a person has to offer, not where they come from. For too long, distorted by the right of European free movement, the immigration system has not responded to the needs of the British people”, says the government.

Queen approves Brexit law

Queen approves Brexit law

Legislation passed in the British Parliament, which defines the terms of application of Brexit and the UK Withdrawal Agreement, is already law, after having received the royal seal.

After completing the parliamentary process, the document lacked only the seal of Queen Elizabeth II to be promulgated.

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Brexit: British Parliament Approves Boris Johnson Plan

Brexit: British Parliament Approves Boris Johnson Plan

Conservative majority House of Commons passes Brexit law with 358 votes in favor.

The bill, which sets out the legal framework under for Brexit and implements the agreement negotiated with the European Union, was approved on the 20th of December with 358 votes in favor and 234 against. The vote came as no surprise, since after the last elections the Conservative party won an absolute parliamentary majority.

Brexit: what will happen after sealing a deal?

Brexit: what will happen after sealing a deal?

Boris Johnson tries to get majority in Parliament to approve THE document. Brussels is apprehensive about the possible rejection in the British Parliament.

The uncertainty surrounding Brexit process is not over, even after the agreement reached between the European Union and the United Kingdom. After a day of gains, the stock markets have agreed to fall slightly, with investors expecting the British parliament vote on this understanding. The agreement is going to be voted in the British Parliament tomorrow and the outlook is at least uncertain.