A new home will need to be built every five minutes over the next 25 years just to house future migrants and their families.
The UK population is projected to increase by around 500,000 annually - equivalent to a new city the size of Liverpool every year. 75% of this growth is due to future migration.
The UK remaining in the Single Market after Brexit would mean EU net migration running at over 100,000 a year.
'Having greater control over immigration is more important than having access to free trade with the EU.' 46% say t… https://t.co/Vyxmq3elSs 14 hours ago - Retweet
However, 64% of UK voters also want to see a reduction in low-skilled migration from the EU, according to… https://t.co/C79fhvuX99 15 hours ago - Retweet
This is not surprising as annual non-EU net migration currently stands at 173,000 (YE June 2017) and is contributin… https://t.co/GmUmHNnxfF 15 hours ago - Retweet
LSE research suggests that UK voters think it's vital to reduce non-EU migration 1/3 https://t.co/aDYcK9O36p 15 hours ago - Retweet
We have a long track record of successfully estimating net migration to the UK https://t.co/sq4D9aQe95 21 hours ago - Retweet
In the year ending June 2017, estimated long-term international net migration to the UK was 230,000. See our net mi… https://t.co/AzyeBdyWeW 21 hours ago - Retweet
Migration Watch UK14 hours ago
'Having greater control over immigration is more important than having access to free trade with the EU.' 46% say they agree, 38% say they don't. New ORB poll https://www.orb-international.com/2017/12…
Migration Watch UK15 hours ago
In the year ending June 2017, long-term international net migration to the UK was 230,000. See our net migration statistics page. https://www.migrationwatchuk.org/statistics-net-migration-statistics…
Migration Watch UK comment on phase one of the Brexit negotiations https://www.migrationwatchuk.org/press-release/516