University heads are warning a no-deal Brexit is “one of the biggest threats” the institutions have ever faced.
Higher education leaders have written to MPs to say it is “no exaggeration” to warn that it would take universities “decades to recover”.
They say it would undermine scientific research and threaten universities’ £21bn contribution to the UK economy.
The government has said its immigration plans will keep universities “open to the talent we need from Europe”.
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