Home Secretary announces new visa plan for entrepreneurs

John Leonard
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Move follows statements of disquiet from the technology sector

Home Secretary Savid Javid has announced plans for a new type of visa for  entrepreneurs who want to work in the UK. In a statement the Home Office said the new visas "will widen the applicant p...

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