Reflections on The Split – S2, E3: Non-molestation orders, a rehab romance and protecting the family wealth
Following the Brexit referendum and the triggering of Article 50 in March 2017, the government has stated that the UK will leave the European Union in March 2019. The government has also confirmed that from this date, free movement of workers from the EU will cease.
The Home Secretary has now asked the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to investigate the impact of reduced EU migration on UK employers and consider the level and type of EU migration which should take place in the future.
The MAC has issued its Call for Evidence and Kingsley Napley is preparing a submission to the MAC on behalf of our clients and contacts. To enable us to fully capture your views, we have prepared a survey and encourage you to respond as the more evidence we receive, the stronger our submission will be.
Please respond by no later than 15 September 2017 and contact your Kingsley Napley representative if you have any questions about the survey or if you would prefer to discuss your concerns with them.
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