1. Requiring companies to publicly list how many foreign workers they employ.
Even the Conservative-supporting Daily Telegraph condemned the measure as a "silly stunt" in a scathing leader column.
"Amber Rudd’s talk of forcing firms to declare what proportion of their workforce is foreign-born sounds alarmingly like an attempt to “name and shame” companies with foreign staff," it said. "Instead of such silly stunts, ministers would be better to ask why firms chose to employ immigrants."