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Asked if the Prime Minister had agreed to relaxing the Immigration cap so that the UK could attract foreign talent’, the PMS said the Government’s position was that we had not made any final decisions on the policy as yet. The Prime Minister had said in PMQs that he thought that it was possible to achieve much better immigration control without disadvantaging business.

Asked if that would mean a rise in the total number, or a manipulation of the different categories so that more businessmen and entrepreneurs could come in, the PMS said that he would not want to go much beyond what the Prime Minister had said in PMQs.

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