LEGAL MINUTE: Brexit, new PM and immigration in the UK

Boris Johnson, one of the candidates to replace Theresa May as Conservative Party leader and prime minister, has been talking about his plans for immigration. How could a UK points-based immigration system work? From BBC.

Theresa May: “Look, I think it’s important for us to deliver Brexit in a way that is good for British people. It will be up to my successor to take this forward, to find the majority in parliament that I was not able to find on this issue and to deliver the decision of the British people in 2016.” From The Guardian.

Migrant women like me have to choose between reporting abuse or being deported. From Metro.

Tory leadership rivals Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have unveiled pledges on immigration and education. Mr Hunt said he would give full citizens’ rights to the three million EU nationals living in the UK, even if the UK left without a deal. Mr Johnson said he was “absolutely in favour” of protecting the rights of EU citizens in the UK. From BBC.

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