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Government ‘is not ready to deal with changes to immigration after Brexit’, report finds

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Border security could be compromised if key changes are rushed through without proper parliamentary scrutiny, MPs on the Home Affairs Committee say Getty The Government is chronically underprepared to deal with immigration changes after…

Brexit news: Under-funding of border controls could lead to CHAOS, senior MPs warn

Daily Express

GOVERNMENT dithering on Brexit and under-funding of border controls could plunge the system into “a real mess” when Britain leaves the EU in just over a year’s time, senior MPs have warned.

Brexit immigration plan delays are fuelling anxiety, MPs warn

The Guardian

Report criticises Home Office’s lack of timetable and effect on EU citizens and UK businesses

Theresa May's Brexit Immigration Plan 'Not Feasible,' Warn MPs

Huffington Post UK

Theresa May’s plan to create two new registration systems for EU citizens living in the UK in time for Brexit is not possible, an influential committee of MPs has warned.

Theresa May's Brexit immigration plans are not 'feasible' and could turn into a 'real mess'

LONDON — The government is not ready to implement a new immigration system in time for Brexit because of an "extremely regrettable" lack of preparation and resources, according to a damning new report published today.

Immigration system unprepared for Brexit, warn MPs

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‘Irresponsible’ failure to clarify future policy troubles EU citizens in UK

UK border and immigration system unprepared for Brexit - report

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LONDON (Reuters) - Government delays, uncertainty and under-resourcing have left the British borders and immigration system unprepared for Brexit, according to a parliamentary report on Wednesday.

UK border and immigration system unprepared for Brexit: Report

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LONDON — Government delays, uncertainty and under-resourcing have left the British bo

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