RIBA chief condemns post-Brexit migration advice

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Government-commissioned report will have ‘profound implications for architecture’

RIBA’s chief executive has criticised a report by the Migration Advisory Committee which said the UK should offer no preferential access to workers from any country after Britain leaves the EU.

The proposals would rip up the current migration regime whereby workers from EU countries have a right to enter and seek work in the UK.

The independent Migratory Advisory Committee (MAC), which was set up to advise ministers on a post-Brexit migration policy, suggests placing EU workers on a par with those from non-EU countries.

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