One of the easiest ways to get a UK work permit is to be highly qualified in information technology. As is the case with most countries in the world, IT is a fast growing employment sector and thousands of countries operating in multiple regions of the world are crying out for qualified IT staff. You will be deemed fit for employment by a number of companies if you have the relevant diploma and experience in the relevant field. The company that employs you, will take care of the work permit.
Consider applying for a Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) if status is that of a migrant and your skills are in short supply in the UK. Your eligibility for Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) will be determined by the relative board and you will accordingly be declined or granted the work permit.
A Google search may prove helpful at applying for a UK work permit. There are numerous websites which will help you get a UK work permit. However, before you can apply online, you will need to have a valid employment offer letter from a company based in the UK. Be sure to make the employer offering you the employment aware that you will need a few months to get the work permit.
European Economic Area (EEA) nationals do not require work permit at all. All member states of the European Union, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein are European Economic Area (EEA) states.
If you marry a UK national, you will be automatically granted permission to work in the UK. The same rule applies if you marry a European Economic Area (EEA) national. Furthermore, if your spouse has a UK work permit, getting a UK work permit would not be a problem.