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The Conservatives are facing a huge backlash from businesses over their "dangerously naïve" foreign worker plans

More than 100 business leaders have signed an open letter to UK home secretary Amber Rudd criticising a proposal to force companies to disclose lists of foreign-born employees to the government. The letter calls the proposed policy “anti-worker, anti-business and dangerously naïve.” "Foreign workers are not taking British jobs, they are helping to create them. They should be celebrated, not demonised," it reads.
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