Taking English teaching job or remote worker visa means being a visa guest of the country who has not many rights, really, and can be kicked out at any moment, once the government policy changes.Unfortunately I tend to agree.
Things will move a bit more slowly in the US due to how the government here is structured and the need to buy over some key corporate interests, but if you are in the UK the situation is much like being in East Germany and noticing that there’s a wall going up.
You need to get out NOW. Anything, any way. Take an English teaching job somewhere if you have to. If you don’t need a new job have some kind of work that’s currently remote you should pick up the phone today and call up a lawyer to get started on picking up one of those remote worker Visas that exist.
I'd target countries with easiest permanent residency options.