A man carrying a bag adorned with the colours of Britain's Union Jack flag steps into a bus departing from Sofia's central bus station to London via Austria, Germany and France Jan. 2, 2014. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
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Britain could issue regional work visas in a bid to solve the explosive issue of immigration when it leaves the European Union, a study commissioned by the City of London Corporation found Thursday.Immigration was the subject of fierce debate before Britain's June vote to leave the European Union, and Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to restrict EU immigrant arrivals as part of an eventual Brexit deal.However, many of Britain's post-industrial regions such as Yorkshire voted to leave, with some voters claiming that cheap labor had driven down wages, prompting calls for a regionally tailored work visa system.The report argued that regional visas could help develop areas outside London's dominant economy, and reduce the "unchecked flow of low-skilled labor migration" from the EU.
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