EU Referendum - Central issues on immigration

  • The renegotiation will have very little impact on immigration from the EU so our population will continue to climb rapidly.
  • Those now being accepted in the EU as refugees, and their families, will become EU citizens entitled to free movement to the UK in 5-6 years.
  • If Turkey were to join the EU 79 million people would have the right to live and work in the UK and Turkey would become a significant power in the EU.
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10 Key Points on Mass Immigration

  • The current scale of migration to the UK, 330,000 a year, of which roughly half is from the EU, is completely unsustainable.
  • As a result our population is projected to rise by half a million every year – the equivalent of a city the size of Liverpool.
  • England is already twice as crowded as Germany and 3.5 times as crowded as France.
  • Population growth adds to the pressures on public services when public spending is being reduced.
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Latest Updates | News

  • The Foreign Office said in 2014 that it expected Turkey to be ready for EU membership 'in a decade or so'
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  • BBC News - David Cameron: UK to resettle child refugees from Europe
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  • Good @MigObs report on EU migration and welfare. Worth a read
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  • RT @MigObs: How many, and what kind of benefits do EU migrants in the UK receive? New report on EU migrants and welfare -…
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  • Visa free access to the EU for Turkish citizens
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  • BBC News - Migrant crisis: EU Commission 'to back' Turkey visa deal
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  • @b_judah your book on London is excellent
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  • New blog on EU migrant crisis: N Africa to EU route. Is a Turkey style deal legally possible? Not in our opinion.
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  • MWUK's Lord Green quoted in @thesun
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  • @thom_brooks that's unfair. We think our analysis will stand up when the ONS release their report in May.
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