UK must make it easier for Indian students if it wants a good post-Brexit relationship, warns Kerala MP

If Britain wants preferential ties with India following Brexit it must make it easier for Indian students, an Indian MP has warned. 

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor made the comments while speaking to the National Indian Students and Alumni Union UK and insisted Britain must appreciate what India has to offer before looking for a special deal. 

Mr Tharoor highlighted several aspects of Britain’s approach India which he believes must addressed post-Brexit.

“For any preferential ties with India after leaving the European Union, Britain should understand that what India can best offer is its people and their skills, its students, its IT and software

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