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Wetherspoons chief suggests immigration authorities enforce 'points system'

December 3, 2017 12:01 AM
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Wetherspoons chief suggests immigration authorities enforce 'points system'

THE Brexit-backing chairman of pub chain JD Wetherspoon’s believes the future success of Britain’s economy will rely on inward immigration.

The pub chain employs between 2,000 and 3,000 staff from other EU countries, reflecting the high number of foreign nationals that help run Britain’s bars and restaurants, which are expected to suffer if access to foreign workers is restricted as a result of Brexit.

Mr Martin last month issued half a million beer mats across Wetherspoon’s near-900 UK pubs featuring a bespoke “manifesto” for a successful Brexit, including the right of citizenship for legal EU migrants.

He chose A Dance To The Music Of Time by Anthony Powell as the book he would take to the desert island, with a surfboard his luxury item.

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