UK Considers $1,200 Charge to Hire EU Workers After Brexit
Britain is considering charging employers 1,000 pounds ($1,200) a year for every skilled worker they recruit from the European Union after the U.K. leaves the bloc, the country's immigration minister said Wednesday.
Robert Goodwill told a House of Lords committee the charge is “something that's been suggested to us that could apply” to EU workers.
Britain has already approved such a levy for foreign workers from non-EU nations. It takes effect in...