TSA responds to Home Secretary on Immigration Report
The TSA has written to the Home Secretary following the publication of the Migration Advisory Committee’s (MAC) report, which if adopted would cause significant problems in relation to accessing employees across the industry. The letter follows meetings with the MAC staff as well as numerous MPs on either the Brexit or Home Affairs Select Committees.
The letter points out the implications of adopting the MAC proposal including likely escalating cost to the NHS and industry customers. In a worst case scenario it could lead to constrained supply as TSA members cannot and will not subsidise services.
The letter requested a meeting with the Home Secretary and was copied to Cabinet colleagues in the Departments of Health and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
2018-09-25 TSA letter to Home Secretary - immigration.pdf
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