13 Jul 2020

Government unveils post-Brexit borders and immigration plans

Political Editor

Branded as the “UK’s new start” with glossy online adverts, the government has unveiled its plans for the country’s borders and immigration once the Brexit transition finishes at the end of the year.

There will be a dozen inland border control sites to keep lorry queues away from ports.

And the Home Office has confirmed details of its points-based immigration system.

But critics have complained that social care workers have been excluded from the new healthcare visas.