Results tagged “immigration”

By John Biggs

johnbiggs142WEBBY.jpgRecently I spoke at a citizenship ceremony. About 30 people swore their allegiance to the UK and publicly became British citizens.

A lot is said these days about "foreigners" and their drain on our resources. That is not what I saw. I spoke about the strengths of our community, and the duties we all have, but also about the opportunities to have a good life.


In a business blog for The Wharf, Newland Chase's immigration consultant Vanessa Beazley asks whether the UK is destroying entrepreneurship when we most need it.


In a business blog for The Wharf, Alison Hutton, senior consultant at global immigration firm Newland Chase, says it's time to discuss the immigration issue and tighter visa restrictions at boardroom level.


In a guest column for The Wharf, Alison Hutton of Canary Wharf-based law firm Newland Chase asks whether UK immigration policy is really working, in her article Brain Gain - A missed opportunity driven by public perception of UK immigration?