An amnesty would seriously undermine the rule of law and be a grave insult to legal migrants
The total cost of the asylum operations has more than doubled since 2013/14, from £450 million to £956 million
This is despite the fact that work permits for overseas nurses make up a significant (and possibly increasing) share of skilled work visas issued per year
The new route in principle grants nearly 5.4 million Hong Kong residents a path to move to the UK and eventually become British citizens
The number of foreign nationals who need a visa but who the Home Office did not record as departing the UK on time nearly doubled from 50,000 in 2016/17 to nearly 92,000 in 2019/20
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Managed and lower levels of immigration is the only way, and would be a boon for integration 👏
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