Will more foreigners be permitted to move to Scotland after Brexit David Davis says new outskirt tenets will reflect Daily Mail

“David Davis has appeared to hint at a regional immigration system that could allow more people into Scotland after Brexit.
The Brexit Secretary told MPs he had heard concern from the Scottish Government about the importance of migration.
And he said he had spoken to Home Secretary Amber Rudd about it with the goal of creating a UK immigration policy ‘that will reflect the needs of every part of the United Kingdom’.
David Davis appeared to hint at a regional immigration system that could allow more people into Scotland after Brexit during questions in the Commons today, pictured
Mr Davis told MPs he had heard concern from the Scottish Government about the importance of migration and was working with the Home Secretary on a UK policy that works for all parts of the country
The Government is drawing up an immigration bill for post Brexit Britain that is intended to allow greater control over how many people come to Britain.
Sources played down the significance of the intervention. The Brexit Secretary passes on all concerns raised by the devolved governments to ministers.”

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