Home Secretary Jacqui Smith is expected to make it more difficult for non-EU nationals to work in Britain Under current rules employers must advertise such posts within Britain for at least two weeks a€“ or one week for jobs paying more than A?40,000 a year a€“ before they can apply to the Home Office for a work permit for an immigrant from outside the EU.
Neither these rules or the reduction in the number of work permits being handed out will have any effect on EU citizens, who have free access to Britaina€™s labour market. The Home Secretary has been rattled by a blizzard of damaging statistics in recent weeks, which have blown a hole in Gordon Browna€™s promise to deliver a€?British jobs for British workersa€™.
Earlier this week, the Mail revealed how foreign workers are taking a greater share of British jobs than at any time in history.

In 1997, when Labour came to power, the proportion of jobs held by people born outside the UK was only 7.5 per cent. The figures, obtained by Tory MP James Clappison, were damaging for Labour because they showed that even as the economy was plunging into recession, action was not being taken to protect the jobs of British workers.
Between October and December 2007, before the current crisis took hold, there were 25,860,000 UK-born people in employment, 87.8 per cent of the total. But, 12 months later, with the UK officially in recession, this figure had shrunk to 25,582,000, or 87 per cent.

Meanwhile, the number of non- UK born workers increased from 3,605,000 a€“ or 12.2 per cent of the workforce a€“ to 3,819,000, or 13 per cent.

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