The twin barrels of departmental incompetence and a bias towards Europe by the British immigration authorities leave Chinese disadvantaged. Brexit could sort at least one of those problems out The twin barrels of departmental incompetence and a bias towards Europe by the British immigration authorities leave Chinese disadvantaged. Brexit could sort at least one of those problems out
The twin barrels of departmental incompetence and a bias towards Europe by the British immigration authorities leave Chinese disadvantaged. Brexit could sort at least one of those problems out
Nicolas Groffman
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Nicolas Groffman

For Chinese immigrants to the UK, Brexit is a faint beacon of hope

The twin barrels of departmental incompetence and a bias towards Europe by the British immigration authorities leave Chinese disadvantaged. Brexit could sort at least one of those problems out

The twin barrels of departmental incompetence and a bias towards Europe by the British immigration authorities leave Chinese disadvantaged. Brexit could sort at least one of those problems out The twin barrels of departmental incompetence and a bias towards Europe by the British immigration authorities leave Chinese disadvantaged. Brexit could sort at least one of those problems out
The twin barrels of departmental incompetence and a bias towards Europe by the British immigration authorities leave Chinese disadvantaged. Brexit could sort at least one of those problems out
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Nicolas Groffman

Nicolas Groffman

Nicolas, who practised law in Beijing and Shanghai, is a partner at law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys in London