A Home Office spokesman previously said: “This is not about listing foreign workers or so-called naming and shaming of companies.
“The proportion of international workers in a company is one of the pieces of information that companies may be asked to provide to the Government.
“This information will not be published. This already happens in the US and is one of several proposals we will be consulting on as part of our work to ensure that companies take reasonable steps to recruit at home before looking to bring in workers from abroad.”
Hilton, who campaigned to leave the EU, also warned last night that Theresa May was heading for a “closed Brexit”.
He described her actions in the run up to triggering Article 50 early next year as “dangerous” and “pessimistic, negative and dark”.
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