Draft Brexit document means recruiters can place EU talent until end 2020

While this week’s draft Brexit agreement between the UK and the EU is proving deeply unpopular in Parliament, recruiters will welcome the extra “breathing space” it affords them in enabling them to place EU talent until the end of 2020.

Late yesterday, the government published its 500-page plus agreement in full.

Some of the key...

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