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Optimism in the UK's services sector has fallen sharply

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Optimism in the UK's services sector - which accounts for more than three-quarters of the country's GDP - has fallen sharply since the Brexit vote in June's referendum, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) reported on Tuesday.

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A post-Brexit work permit system for low-skilled immigrants could be modelled on a previous work permit system for seasonal agricultural workers.

UK net migration still triple Government target

Despite net migration falling slightly in the year to March it still remains triple the Government's target and the third highest total ever recorded according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Thursday.
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A post-Brexit work permit system for low-skilled immigrants could be modelled on a previous work permit system for seasonal agricultural workers.

UK net migration still triple Government target

Despite net migration falling slightly in the year to March it still remains triple the Government's target and the third highest total ever recorded according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Thursday.
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New study addresses Brexit visa concerns

An independent study proposes new UK citizenship requirements as the latest UK official migration data is published - the first since the Brexit vote.
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Qualifications and education in Scotland

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Optimism in the UK's services sector has fallen sharply

Services investment 'on hold in wake of referendum'

Optimism in the UK's services sector - which accounts for more than three-quarters of the country's GDP - has fallen sharply since the Brexit vote in June's referendum, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) reported on Tuesday.
Apple and EU in conflict over Apple's Irish tax bill

Apple vows to fight £11 billion 'sweetheart tax' bill

Apple has said it will launch an appeal at the European Court of Justice after it was ordered to pay a record 13 billion euros (£11.1 billion) in taxes by the European Commission. Although the money would be paid to the Irish government, Dublin has vowed to back the Apple appeal, fearing the ruling will deter future investment in the country.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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