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Universities UK submission to the Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into 'An immigration system that works for science and innovation'

Universities UK’s submission to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry on ‘an immigration system that works for science and innovation.’

This submission outlines what steps the government can take to ensure that UK universities can retain and attract research staff, particularly in the context of the UK leaving the EU.

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