Employment


15
December 2016
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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8
December 2016
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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30
November 2016
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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30
November 2016
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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18
October 2016
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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21
September 2016
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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29
July 2016
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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14
June 2016
ECJ ruling on payment of child benefits to EU citizens with no right to reside in the UK

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) today (see June 14th 2016 BBC News article here) confirmed that the UK d…

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13
April 2016
Productivity and migration – a brief overview

There is no doubt that productivity growth – by all conventional measures – took a considerable …

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31
March 2016
Dispelling misperceptions about our proposal for a possible post-exit immigration policy

Jeremy Warner is right to suggest that current record levels of net migration are a crucial part of the nati…

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18
February 2016
ONS labour market figures show employment of EU-born workers grew by over 200,000 during 2015

As Prime Minister David Cameron works to secure renegotiation of the terms of Britain’s EU membership, new…

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2
February 2016
In-work benefit restrictions and EU migrants to the UK

Most family units headed by recent EU migrants do not have any dependent children whether they are single or…

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29
January 2016
In the event of leaving the EU, what would a revised immigration policy look like – Comment on our Pap…

As Prime Minister David Cameron prepares to meet senior European Union officials to press forward with reneg…

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27
January 2016
British exit from the EU could reduce net migration by 100,000

Migration Watch UK has issued a report examining for the first time what a post “Brexit” immigration re…

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23
December 2015
Bank of England report finds migration negatively impacts the wages of lowest-paid workers in Britain

A recent study by the Bank of England has found that increasing migration has driven down wages especially i…

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21
December 2015
The wages of millions of British workers affected by immigration

Commenting on the latest Bank of England research on the impact of immigration on wages, Lord Green of Deddi…

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