At Parliamentary Questions on Monday 22nd July, I asked the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities, and Local Government, James Brokenshire, about what his department was doing to ensure that our already strained social care sector is still able to recruit the workers that it needs to function after Brexit. The government has proposed a salary threshold, initially set at £30,000 per year for migrants coming to the UK, which has the potential to drastically reduce the number of professionals that we are able to bring in from abroad to work in the fields of health and social care after Brexit.

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