2016


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Immigration and UK membership of the European Single Market

Mass immigration for the foreseeable future will be inevitable if Britain remains a member of the Single Mar…

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Prospects for Scotland’s population not much affected by Brexit

Scottish Government admits that Scotland’s population would continue to grow even if EU migration were red…

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Migration Watch UK press release: Divergent immigration rules different parts of the UK would be a recipe fo…

Implementing different immigration policies for separate parts of the UK would be a recipe for chaos and wou…

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Scotland’s need for skilled migrant workers

Summary: 1. The Scottish Government has claimed that Scotland needs continued free movement of people for EU…

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National Institute for Economic and Social Research fails to convince with assertion that reducing migration…

A new paper published by the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR) claims that reducin…

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Migration Watch press comment on net migration statistics

Commenting, Mr Alp Mehmet, Vice Chairman of Migration Watch UK, said: “These disappointing figures und…

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Lord Green writes in Conservative Home: Brexit and Immigration – time for some clarity on aims

Lord Green is Chairman of MigrationWatch UK. November 30, 2016 It is now abundantly clear that some opponen…

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Brexit Negotiation: Publication of UK Objectives

Summary 1. There is a perfectly feasible way forward on immigration which meets the main concerns of all par…

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There are lessons to be learned from the UK’s unsuccessful ‘renegotiation’

Daniel Korski, the former Deputy Director of David Cameron’s Policy Unit in Number 10, has published a com…

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Brexit should be seen as a chance to improve productivity and raise wages for agricultural workers

That is the finding of a briefing paper (read the full paper here) being released today by Migration Watch U…

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Impact on Scotland’s economy of reducing migration into lower-skilled work

The Scottish Government’s recent paper(read here) on the implications of Brexit for Scotland’s economi…

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Sensible controls on EU free movement could well be a fiscal benefit for the UK

Migration Watch UK response to Treasury Select Committee Chairman Rt. Hon. Andrew Tyrie MP writing for Open…

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Update on the Fiscal Impact of Immigration

1. Professors Dustmann and Frattini from the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration at University Col…

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Social Market Foundation report based on highly questionable assumptions

A new report from the Social Market Foundation suggests that an economic slowdown following the UK’s d…

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UK population rises by more than 500,000 in a year to reach 65.1 million

The ONS has today released the Annual Population Estimates for mid-2015. The UK population is now 65.1 milli…

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The Vanishing Students from Outside the EU

1. Much attention has been paid to the apparent failure of the government to reduce non-EU migration. Howeve…

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