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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Report to be published on 19 July 2018.
The Science and Technology Committee intends to develop its own proposals for immigration and visa rules for scientists.
This work follows the Government’s rejection of the Committee’s call for the conclusions of the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) relating to science to be brought forward to form part of an ‘early deal’ for science and innovation.
Evidence given by Dr Sarah Main, Executive Director, Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE), Ian Robinson, Partner, Fragomen LLP, Vinous Ali, Head of Policy, techUK, Louise Wren, Policy Manager, Wellcome Trust, Professor Richard Catlow FRS, Foreign Secretary, Royal Society
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Science and Technology Committee publishes an immigration system that works for science and innovation report