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“Disastrous”.”biggest threat” - Tourism and hospitality associations attack immigration system plans

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Tighter immigration rules will damage high streets and harm vulnerable people who rely on prepared meals, one of the country's leading hospitality associations has warned.
UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls said plans for a points-based immigration system “fail to deliver” on the government's aim of creating one that works for the UK economy and its people.
And the chief executive of the Scottish Tourism Alliance said the plans are now the “biggest threat” to tourism in Scotland.
Ms Nicholls said: “Ruling out a temporary low-skilled route for migration in just 10 months' time will...
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