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Reducing immigration would make Britain dumber [stats]

Theresa May's new government has promised to reduce immigration and made noises about reserving British jobs for British workers. Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the Conservative Party conference last week that companies should pass a test before recruiting immigrants. "The test should ensure people coming here are filling gaps in the labour market, not taking jobs British people could do," she said.
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