Rudd responds to migrant plans backlash
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Rudd responds to migrant plans backlash

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has told the Conservative conference companies were "getting away" with not training British workers and tougher recruitment tests were needed.

Under proposals unveiled on Tuesday, businesses would have to publish details of how much of their workforce are foreign workers. The plan has provoked criticism from the British Chambers of Commerce and CBI.

But Ms Rudd tells the Today programme she wants to improve local recruitment.

  • 05 Oct 2016