Carillion worker 'caught in vortex' faces deportation

Carillion worker 'caught in vortex' faces deportation

The collapse of mega-employer Carillion has left one individual facing deportation - shining a light on the UK’s hostile employment laws at a time when the employment market is under pressure.

The individual involved worked as an Assistant Facilities Manager before the company went bust in January. Luckily, he was able to find work with another private company.

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Comments (1)

  • Chris Sale
    Chris Sale
    Tue, 22 May 2018 1:58pm BST
    Governments ignored the voters' concerns re immigration and then swung in completely the opposite direction with repressive and heartless legislation and tick box mentality. We have to signal to workers who have the skills that the UK needs that they are welcome to come and welcome to stay. We are not hostile to "foreigners" one bit.

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