Theresa Mays flagship immigration policy hit by lastminute Cabinet row

The move threatened to overshadow the policy, which has been repeatedly delayed after ministers clashed.–– ADVERTISEMENT –– He was demanding that the threshold be put out to consultation but Downing Street was said to be refusing to do so. Cabinet ministers were locked in a row over Theresa May’s flagship immigration White Paper on Tuesday night, hours before its long-awaited publication. Greg Clark, the Business Secretary, has raised repeated concerns over plans for a £30,000 minimum salary threshold for skilled EU migrants coming to the UK. The plans are due to be set out on Wednesday in a White Paper which Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, will hail as keeping Britain open to the “brightest and the best” with…