The UK is currently negotiating a free trade agreement (FTA) with India, which Sunak has previously told Parliament he wants to get done as quickly as possible.

FREMONT, CA: As part of the goal to make the UK a beacon to draw the brightest and finest from around the world, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak introduced a new programme for the 100 most outstanding young professionals in the world working in artificial intelligence (AI). Sunak stressed the importance of maintaining control over the nation's immigration policy in a speech to the Birmingham Confederation of British Industry (CBI) annual conference audience. However, promised to use the Brexit freedoms to negotiate trade agreements with the world's fastest-growing countries and to establish one of the world's most attractive visa regimes for entrepreneurs and highly talented people.

Sunak previously informed Parliament that he intends to complete the free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations with India as rapidly as feasible. Launching a programme to identify and attract the world's top 100 young talents on AI, building on the AI scholarships and Master's conversion courses instigated as chancellor.

Following Britain's exit from the European Union (EU), which ended the free movement of people inside the economic bloc, he continued by reiterating his resolve to crack down on illegal immigration into the nation to restore confidence in the system. Need to be truthful with themselves. They stopped the unrestricted flow of labour in part to regain public support for the immigration system and must do more to instil confidence in the British people that the system is fair and effective if businesses want to have access to the best and brightest from across the world.

Sunak stated that it involves dealing with illegal migration, which is what he is determined to accomplish. Remarks came as the CBI urged the government to permit more immigration to ease the labour shortage in some facets of the UK economy, such as the hotel industry.

Tony Danker, director general of the CBI, stated that they do not have the people needed or the productivity. Sunak stated at the conference that he thinks the issues can be solved by using innovation to spur economic growth, integrating innovation into public services, and giving people the tools to become great innovators.

There is one factor that promotes growth more than all others; over the past 50 years, innovation has contributed to about half of the UK's productivity gains. However, after the financial crisis, the rate of increase has drastically decreased. This discrepancy accounts for all of our production differences with the US.

The world's most pro-innovation regulatory environment will be created using the freedoms provided by Brexit. The British Indian leader described innovation as the golden thread of the UK's national story as he wrapped up his first significant address on economic policy as prime minister.