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On Tuesday in Bournemouth, ARGYLE fought in the EFL Youth Alliance with an impressing 2-2 tie and a good record after a hard Exeter loss. As ARGYLE enters this season's FA Cup on Saturday with a home match against Stevenage, the final goal is to repeat the unforgettable encounters with Liverpool two games ago.
Infringement: Ombudsman says migration ministers are turning back after wrongly saying EU bosses must review the EU workers' situation after a no deals.
Ms Caroline Nokes, Secretary of State for Migration, said MEPs that EU workers would not have an automated right to work and companies would have to carry out "rigorous checks" on EU workers to determine whether they were already in the UK or had returned after Britain's departure from the EU in March.
"Protecting the EU citizens' prerogatives when we move out of the EU, either in a dealscenario or without a deals, as the PM has made clear. "As with all potential workers, EU nationals must already be subject to the right to labour inspections by their employer. This will not be changed next March if we abandon the EU without an agreement.
It is not anticipated that the employer will distinguish between EU residents and those who arrive after departure. "Later this year, the federal goverment will issue a whitebook on the migration to Brexit when free circulation ends, she said. "When someone has not been here before the end of March next year, the employer must ensure that they carry out sufficiently stringent controls to prove the right to work.
"Without a bargain, we would not immediately be able to differentiate between the Europeans who were here before 29 March and those who came after - and therefore I would not be expecting them to do anything other than today. And The Independent has started its #FinalSay drive to call for electors to get a vote on the Brexit agreement.