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October 2009 - July 2009

Comment: Mass immigration deliberate Labour policy

Following the recent revelation, in the Evening Standard, by Andrew Neather, a former senior adviser to Tony…

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New research shows impact of immigration on social housing

Proportion of foreign born in social housing rises 50% in ten years. New research by Migrationwatch, based o…

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Reform of the Immigration Appeals System

This is a revised version of briefing paper 8.35, originally published in May 2009 In August 2008 the govern…

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New immigration polls find nearly 80% of the British public, even in his own constituency, think the Home Se…

70% of Labour voters in Britain want a sharp cut in immigration. 78% of voters in Alan Johnson’s own const…

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Both Conservatives and Labour “conning” the public on immigration. New research shows neither party will…

As the latest immigration Bill comes to the House of Commons on Tuesday for its final approval, new research…

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May 2009 - January 2009

Major parties help fringe groups with their silence on immigration. Immigration largely ignored in main mani…

The three main parties are once again ignoring widespread public concern about the number of immigrants allo…

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A Survey of European Asylum Policy and Legislation By Geoffrey Fitchew

Introduction 1. This paper describes and assesses the development of EU policy and legislation on asylum iss…

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Migrant stock has doubled since 1991 Immigration problem ‘Home Grown’ – not a result of Gl…

The cause of the highest levels of immigration the UK has ever seen is not, as the government claims, global…

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Legislative Developments

In September 2008 Briefing Paper 8.28, summarising the contents of the Draft (Partial) Immigration and Citiz…

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Immigration: BBC Radio 4: Beyond Westminster

Radio 4’s Beyond Westminster (1100 hrs – 1130 hrs Saturday, 10 January 2009) discussed whether the r…

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November 2008 - September 2008

The Business Visitor Scheme under the Points Based System

Migrationwatch called yesterday for much tougher rules on business visitors. The new rules are far too lax a…

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Toughening the Points Based System

With unemployment climbing fast, it is no longer acceptable that jobs which have never been advertised in Br…

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New poll indicates balanced migration a vote winner – Labour and BME voters want much lower immigratio…

A new poll out today demonstrates there is massive backing for a substantial cut in immigration levels from …

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Migrationwatch invited to put forward policy suggestions

Following the evidence which we gave to the Economic Committee of the House of Lords, Migrationwatch were in…

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Draft (Partial) Immigration and Citizenship Bill

The Bill is a draft published on 14 July 2008 to facilitate consultation. Some parts of it are still missing…

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August 2008

‘No excuses’ on immigration as Poles go home

A new report out today estimates that the influx of East Europeans coming to work in the UK will come broadl…

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