The United Kingdom government has drawn its provocative and controversial immigration bill from House of Commons business, that was supposed to introduce a points-based system post Brexit.
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The immigration bill which would have officially ended freedom of movement with Europe post Brexit transition period – was withdrawn from the Commons order paper by Jacob Rees-Mogg before the second reading on Tuesday 21st April, 2020.
The withdrawal happened as ministers of parliament spent the previous week considering about plans to postponing the reading because of the eruption of the COVID-19, and ministers of Parliament struggled with new technology as the House of Commons transfers into a new “virtual parliament”.
Turning up in front of a few Ministers of Parliament in the House of Commons, Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of the Commons stated that the United Kingdom government would not be presenting the Immigration Bill back for discussion on the planned date.
The move was welcomed by Christine Jardine, Liberal Democrats., spokesperson for home affairs, she stated that: “I’m pleased the United Kingdom government has not ignored Liberal Democrat concerns and agreed not to move the immigration bill. At the moment the Conservative ministers should use this postponement to reassess their damaging plans to terminate free movement.
“The Covid-19 disaster has underlined the massive involvements that workers from across the globe make to our National Health Service, social care and other important services. They are guarding us and putting their lives on the line every single day.
“By stopping free movement, the United Kingdom government would make it tougher for doctors and nurses to come to work in the National Health Service and order them thousands of pounds in fees for the benefit. And it would make it practically impossible to employee social care workers from abroad.”
The regulation leads in a points-based immigration system that has been identified as spotlighting incomes levels over selected skills.
Under the immigration bill, many migrants earning lower than £25,600 could be stopped from residing in the United Kingdom unless they can demonstrate their occupation is in high demand. Even then, they will require a job offer from an “approved” sponsor.
The rule was believed to be implemented from January 1st, 2021 and was to be part of “multi-year programme of change” controlled by United Kingdom Home Office.
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