Indians Against UK’s Exit From the European Union

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People of Indian origin in the United Kingdom are against the Britain’s exiting from the European Union. Indians will also have right to vote in the most awaited ‘Brexit’ referendum to be held on June 23. According to the recent survey conducted by the British Election Survey, 51 percent of Indians are against the ‘Brexit’ […]

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UK Work Visa to Work In UK – Facts & Figures of Work UK Visas

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The UK is a  popular destination for people who wish to live and work in the UK. However, the immigration system of UK is complex. Starting 2008, we find most work-related visa applications and study visa applications, have been through a five-tier, points-based system that measures applicants against various criteria designed to assess their eligibility […]

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Steady raise in the Construction Activity of UK

United Kingdom’s construction activity, notably, house prices and house building is rising at the fastest pace since July according to a poll of purchasing managers. Figures from the UK’s biggest building society, Nationwide indicate that the house prices have raised 3.9% in the year to July – the highest amount since August 2010 with an […]

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Immigration is a ‘boon’ for the UK economy, not a ‘burden’

Immigrants pay tax and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development calculates that in the UK, they pay more into the pot than they take out – says think-tank One of the United Kingdom’s key economic advantages is its success at attracting skilled immigrants. In particular – the ability of London to generate the wealth […]

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Migrant men more likely to be in work than indigenous British males

More foreign men have found work in Britain since the financial crisis than men born in this country, a leading think-tank has found. Despite a drop in overall employment during the economic downturn, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development found that male migrants in the UK have had higher levels of employment than “native-born […]

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KPMG to create 150 jobs in Glasgow

Professional services firm KPMG has announced plans to create more than 150 jobs in Glasgow later this year. The company said the posts would be created at a new “tax centre of excellence”‘ in the city’s financial district from this summer. The centre will handle tax compliance work from the firm’s 22 offices across the […]

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