Immigration BETRAYAL: UK to make it EASIER for EU migrants to stay in Britain after Brexit

Monday, April 2, 2018
By Paul Martin

BREXIT will make it easier for EU migrants to stay in the UK, despite the government’s promises to “take back control” of our borders, an immigration document has revealed.

Sun, Apr 1, 2018

The sensational policy paper suggests the government wants to remove requirements dictating permanent residency applicants must show they have sickness insurance and work that is “genuine and effective”.

Now Theresa May plans to enact “a presumption to grant rather than refuse” settled status in the UK – and officials expect immigration numbers to rocket as a result.

Meanwhile leaked Home Office documents warn ministers that any dilution of border controls post-Brexit could be “targeted by organised criminality, fraudulent or abusive applicants”.

The explosive memo, reported in the Sunday Times, also tells ministers there is “no clear picture on the number of staff required” to make the policy work – which could mean even more civil servants brought into Whitehall.

Early estimates suggest that the number of bureaucrats needed to deal with the new policy will more than double from 700 to 1500.

But only 200 staff have so far been given security clearance to begin on the task.

“A further 260 staff are being recruited for a new customer resolution centre for settlement scheme customers,” the government has reported.

Whitehall anticipates the relaxed migration rules will cause “application surges, particularly at ‘go live’”.

Officials believe there will be “large spikes in applications” during the 20-month Brexit implementation period from March 29 2019 to December 31 2020, dubbed ’New Year’s Leave’.

The news is likely to anger small-state Tory eurosceptics, who backed Brexit on a ‘cut red tape’ and ‘take back control’ platform.

Boris Johnson and Michael Gove at cabinet level led the push to withdraw from the EU and were clear that Britain must control its borders after Brexit, with at least a modest reduction in numbers coming into the UK.

The incredible policy paper goes on to argue for a “default position,” whereby EU migrants will no longer be preferred to non-EU migrants in the UK.

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