Science Friction? Britain Lifts The Cap On Tech Visas But Will It Be Enough To Save Startups From Skills Shortages?

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The UK's Tier 1 Visa system is being renamed and expanded to cover entrepreneurs, digital tech workers, researchers and people working in the creative industries. Will this be enough to fend off Post-Brexit skills shortages?
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