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Britain backtracks over listing foreign workers

The British government stepped back Sunday from a plan to make employers list their foreign workers as it talks tough on immigration following the Brexit vote, after a backlash among business leaders. "We are not going to be asking companies to list or name or publish or identify their foreign workers," Defence Secretary Michael Fallon told BBC radio, saying the proposal had been "misinterpreted".
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