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London unicorn TransferWise attacked the government's 'British jobs for British workers' plan

TransferWise, one of London's most valuable tech "unicorns," has taken a backhanded swipe at the government's new plans to make companies list all of their foreign employees — a measure being introduced to prevent overseas workers "taking jobs British people could do." In a blog posted on TransferWise's website on Friday, and titled "Dear Amber [Home Secretary Amber Rudd]" the company — which allows people to send money abroad online with lower fees than banks and other traditional operators — defended its multinational workforce, saying: This week, the Home Secretary in the UK suggested employers should be required to report any foreign nationals they employ.
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