Damian Green has decided to wade into the immigration pillow fight. British business, he says, is "addicted to foreign labour" and should be hiring British, even if it means training those British. This is putting the cart before the horse, needless to say, as business owners will point out to him unless they prefer to ignore him completely.
Perhaps, he and his colleagues should try to find out why it is that British business is "addicted to foreign labour" and then discuss solutions to the problem, if it is, indeed, a problem.
However, I note with some interest that certain words are missing from that diatribe. I expect readers of this blog have guessed what they are: European and Union. I wonder how it is that Mr Green failed not notice the elephant yet again.