Backlash over Boris Johnson's plan to ditch migrant earnings threshold

Source: Daily Mail Online - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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100% Conservative


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Competitive Capitalism
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Sentiments

92% "Number 10 also suggested the old government's proposal of phasing in new border control changes next year will be ditched, with the replacement system ..."
87% "EU freedom of movement rules will continue to apply to the UK during the Brexit transition period when the two sides will try to ..."
78% "The transition period will end in December this year and Mrs May's government had suggested that a new immigration system would be phased in ..."
71% "The Prime Minister is looking at an Australian-style points-based system which is something slightly different.'""
62% "The Australian-style system would likely see people scored on their skills and what they could contribute to the economy, rather than just on their ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

92% : Number 10 also suggested the old government's proposal of phasing in new border control changes next year will be ditched, with the replacement system due to be rolled out in full in January 2021.
87% : EU freedom of movement rules will continue to apply to the UK during the Brexit transition period when the two sides will try to hammer out the terms of a future partnership.
78% : The transition period will end in December this year and Mrs May's government had suggested that a new immigration system would be phased in at the start of 2021.
71% : The Prime Minister is looking at an Australian-style points-based system which is something slightly different.'
62% : The Australian-style system would likely see people scored on their skills and what they could contribute to the economy, rather than just on their earnings potential.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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