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Theresa May's Decision To Kick Out Foreign Students After Graduation Is Proving To Be A Tough Sell

13/07/2015 16:28 BST | Updated 13/07/2015 17:59 BST
Ian Gavan/PA Wire
Home Secretary Theresa May arrives for a memorial service to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the July 7 terrorist attacks at St Paul's Cathedral, London, as Britain remembers the 7/7 attacks amid a welter of warnings about the enduring and changing threat from terrorism a decade on.

Foreign students will be forced to leave the UK after they graduate under new legislation proposed by Theresa May aimed at cracking down on visa fraud.

Overseas students will also not be allowed to work part time, replacing current laws enabling them to work for up to 10 hours a week.

There have been a few grumbles over the new rules, to say the least, and it seems a fair few people don't think May's latest announcements are the best idea she's ever had..

Why booting out foreign students isn't a great idea..

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