In brief

November 1995
New Statesman & Society;11/3/95, Vol. 8 Issue 377, p7
Reports that all sides of industry in Great Britain will protest the plan of Home Secretary Michael Howard to introduce immigration checks at the workplace. Drive against `bogus' asylum-seekers and illegal immigrants; Concerns expressed by union l eaders; Unjustifiable burden on employers.


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