History & Miscellaneous Briefing Paper Library


We are recruiting a Researcher
20 May, 2022 - Briefing Paper: MW 504
Migration Watch UK's Track Record
8 April, 2022 - Briefing Paper: MW 425
Spending and staffing: UK immigration and asylum system
29 September, 2021 - Briefing Paper: MW 497
Scotland and Immigration
6 May, 2021 - Briefing Paper: MW 491
The History of Immigration to the UK
23 April, 2020 - Briefing Paper: MW 437
Skewering those ‘zombie facts’ - 20 bogus arguments for mass immigration
12 February, 2020 - Briefing Paper: MW 269
We’re recruiting a Digital Media Strategist
5 August, 2019 - Briefing Paper: MW 465
Letter from Lord Green of Deddington, Chairman of Migration Watch UK, to Sir David Clementi, Chairman of the BBC
3 August, 2018 - Briefing Paper: MW 450
A Short History of the European Union
8 November, 2017 - Briefing Paper: MW 422
Summary Fact Sheet
23 March, 2016 - Briefing Paper: MW 250
SNP Immigration Policy - A Back Door to England?
2 April, 2015 - Briefing Paper: MW 359
A summary history of immigration to Britain
12 May, 2014 - Briefing Paper: MW 48
Immigration and Scottish independence
2 December, 2013 - Briefing Paper: MW 321
The case for revising the immigration figures
11 July, 2013 - Briefing Paper: MW 304
Changing Minds – The Financing of the Pro-Mass Immigration Lobby
7 May, 2013 - Briefing Paper: MW 297
Demographic pressures and political instability in North African countries.
31 March, 2011 - Briefing Paper: MW 229
Now it’s the BBC that Blunder over Immigration Statistics
1 May, 2010 - Briefing Paper: MW 191
Immigration Figures Due for Release 26 November 2009
Background Briefing
23 November, 2009 - Briefing Paper: MW 170
Does Scotland Need Immigration?
1 September, 2008 - Briefing Paper: MW 137
Balanced Migration Survey - Migration Levels
1 September, 2008 - Briefing Paper: MW 138
How immigration is measured
17 January, 2007 - Briefing Paper: MW 95
International Migration Statistics
21 December, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 114
Oldham Five Years On
31 August, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 132
Overview of Dutch asylum and immigration system
15 April, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 136
The effect of immigration on the integration of communities in Britain
3 January, 2006 - Briefing Paper: MW 113
Home Office consultation on managed migration routes Comments by MigrationwatchUK
31 October, 2005 - Briefing Paper: MW 129
Transnational marriage and the formation of Ghettoes
22 September, 2005 - Briefing Paper: MW 128
Summary of National Audit Office Report - Returning Failed Asylum Applicants
1 July, 2005 - Briefing Paper: MW 110
The outlook for Scotlands population: Does Scotland need its own immigration policy?
21 June, 2005 - Briefing Paper: MW 126
The impact of chain migration on English cities
5 April, 2005 - Briefing Paper: MW 107
The social impact of immigration
1 March, 2005 - Briefing Paper: MW 105
Immigration and Marriage
1 September, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 124
Report of the community cohesion panel
30 August, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 123
International migration in 2002
10 May, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 101
How skilled are immigrants to Britain?
6 April, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 122
The full statement by Stephen Moxon, the Home Office whistle blower reported recently in the Sunday Times.
1 February, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 121
Migration into Scotland
15 January, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 119
Balkan Asylum Seekers - Time for a new approach? by Professor James Pettifer
13 January, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 118
Book Review: Human Visas, Human Rights Body Challenges Arranged Marriages
1 January, 2004 - Briefing Paper: MW 120
Response to the Home Affairs Committee Inquiry Into Asylum Applications
22 April, 2003 - Briefing Paper: MW 117
Immigration: Will it increase or decrease?
31 March, 2003 - Briefing Paper: MW 106
The Present and Future Scale of Immigration
30 July, 2002 - Briefing Paper: MW 97
Emigration from the UK
10 August, 2001 - Briefing Paper: MW 49

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