Just a Bit of Harmless Record-Keeping
Thank goodness, it was all a misunderstanding. Of course the Government has no plans to name and shame companies for employing too many foreign workers, and the announcement of such plans at the Conservative Party's annual rah-rah has now been overruled by the Minister for Faith Schools, who apparently outranks the Home Secretary in this matter. The Government does intend gathering information from companies, but purely in order that local skill shortages can be addressed by central government, in keeping with Mad Tessie's idea of localism. The skill of being foreign, of course, is what enables your migrant horde to ingratiate itself with the metro-liberal citizens of nowhere who have brought British industry to its present lamentable state. The information will be kept by the Government and will remain entirely confidential except on those very rare occasions when somebody misunderstands the IT or dumps official papers in a public place. It is unclear whether the Britishness of employees will be among the information gathered; but since the blustering blimp at the Ministry for Wog-Bombing has been blathering that it won't, we may safely assume that it will.