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“Global Britain” to attract more top scientists

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Outlook 2020

Election 2019 Outcome What does the result mean for immigration policy and Brexit in 2020? The 2019 General Election produced a decisive outcome, resulting in a conservative party majority of 80 seats in the House of Commons. This means that the long period of political uncertainty is over and the future trajectory of Brexit, at…

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