Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May gives her speech on the final day of the annual Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, Britain, October 5, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo
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Britain said it would not make companies list or name their foreign workers after an outcry from business groups and opposition politicians who said any proposal to "name and shame" employers would be divisive and discriminatory. "Let me absolutely confirm that is not going to happen, we are not going to ask companies to list or name or identify their foreign workers," Defense Minister Michael Fallon told BBC radio Sunday.Any data collected from companies would be used only to get a better picture of the extent to which different parts of the economy relied on foreign workers, he said.Interior Minister Amber Rudd said Tuesday she would consider whether it should be harder for British companies to employ workers from outside the European Union under a new drive to cut immigration.
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