Cohesion team will be sent to Norfolk area with big migrant influxA rural district in Norfolk that is home to more than 20,000 mainly Portuguese migrants will see the deployment of the first Whitehall "specialist cohesion cohesion: see adhesion and cohesion.
The tendency of atoms or molecules to coalesce into extended condensed states. This tendency is practically universal. team" this summer.
At the same time a project will be launched in Newcastle and Gateshead to attract migrant workers A migrant worker is someone who regularly works away from home, if they even have a home.
Although the United Nations' use of this term overlaps with 'foreign worker', the use of the term within the United States is more specific. to take "hard to fill" vacancies in response to challenges facing towns and cities that are experiencing a sharp drop in their working population.
The pilot schemes were announced yesterday by the communities secretary, Hazel hazel, any plant of the genus Corylus of the family Betulaceae (birch family), shrubs or small trees with foliage similar to the related alders. They are often cultivated for ornament and for the edible nuts. Blears.
Among other measures she put forward were a £12m programme to improve the way migration statistics are collected, a transitional fund to help local services cope with population change, and tougher penalties on those who undercut undercut,
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2. the minimum wage and hire migrant workers illegally. But the government rejected a recommendation from its own commission on integration that a new agency should oversee the impact of mass migration, arguing that its £2m set-up costs could not be justified.
The use of the cohesion teams is based on the belief that better information about living in Britain could ensure migrants make better use of local services, and do not inadvertently break laws on antisocial antisocial /an·ti·so·cial/ (-so´sh'l)
1. denoting behavior that violates the rights of others, societal mores, or the law.
2. denoting the specific personality traits seen in antisocial personality disorder. behaviour or driving. They can also help ensure greater transparency (1) The quality of being able to see through a material. The terms transparency and translucency are often used synonymously; however, transparent would technically mean "seeing through clear glass," while translucent would mean "seeing through frosted glass." See alpha blending. around who is getting what services and advise on handling the media to reduce tensions in areas struggling to cope with levels of migration not experienced before.
The first pilot scheme will take place in the district of Breckland, which includes Thetford, where recent arrivals from Lithuania, Latvia and Poland have augmented the existing Portuguese community and triggered tension.