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It would be ridiculous to clamp down on foreign students

14 May 2024

10:51 PM

14 May 2024

10:51 PM

Oh, the embarrassment. The government commissioned its own Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to investigate whether graduate visas (which grant overseas students the right to stay in Britain for two years after graduation) are being exploited and should be abolished. This was seemingly in the hope of gaining some ammunition to do away with a measure which it only introduced three years ago.

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