Is the UK addicted to cheap labour?

The director general of the British Chambers of Commerce has rejected the notion that UK business is addicted to recruiting cheap labour.

Speaking at an event organised by civil and commercial barristers 2TG and law firm Constantine Law at London’s Inner Temple Hall last night, Dr Adam Marshall told an audience that even though the UK is experiencing low unemployment at the moment, the vast majority of UK businesses are committed to recruiting from local labour markets. The problem, he added, is that...

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