Immigration

  • Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission make statements at the Commission in Brussels, Belgium, December 4, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman - RC1C6FB22B40

    Targets. Setting them is easy, achieving them isn’t. At this time of year, no doubt millions of us have pledged to make changes in our homes, our lives and our businesses, but we all know that in just a few months’ time, and often much sooner, these well-intentioned but often unrealistic goals become too overwhelming and are set aside for another day – or another …

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    In October 2017, the tiny nation of Singapore topped the list of the most powerful passports in the world. This is the first time an Asian nation has headed the rankings, and, according to Phillipe May from Arton Capital who compile the list, it is “testament of Singapore’s inclusive diplomatic relations and effective foreign policy” The passport index is an online tool that ranks the …

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    Dual or multi citizenship has been in much debate over recent years and never more so since the day the UK electorate opted to leave the European Union that fateful day in June last year. Dual or multi citizenship means that a person is a citizen of two or more countries at the same time, having legal rights and obligations in connection with both or …

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    Despite the political turmoil of the last 12 months, the UK is still an attractive place to do business and many commentators point out that Brexit will offer even greater advantages for doing business in the UK. One thing is certain though, since the 2008 banking crisis, whatever their political perspectives, successive UK Governments have worked hard to market ‘UK PLC’ and to keep its …

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