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The government is already backtracking on its 'British jobs for British workers' plan

Theresa May's new cabinet has performed a U-turn on its highly controversial plans to force companies to list  publicly  their foreign-born workers. Home secretary Amber Rudd unveiled the policy at the Conservative Party conference just over a week ago, outlining her plans to curb immigration to the UK dramatically. Briefing notes seen after her speech suggested that firms could be "required to be clear about what proportion of their workforce is international," prompting widespread condemnation.
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