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Research for the Financial Times finds 10 per cent of all employees in Outer London — more than 200,000 people — are EU nationals who would not be eligible to work in the UK under the new rules making it the region most exposed to potential labour supply issues post-Brexit. https://www.ft.com/content/56c95706-54c4-11ea-8841-482eed0038b1
GLA Economics recently published research on the potential impacts of new immigration policies in London, drawing on data provided by the Office for National Statistics. However, it was not possible to include the impacts on outer versus inner London in the scope of the research:
Current Issues Note 59 shows that the impact of a reduction in the availability of EEA workers is not only a function of the skills and salary thresholds faced by different occupations but also depends on the characteristics of an occupation, industry and wider economic factors.