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The immigration policy that we need after Brexit
Most household growth comes from immigration, not from the domestic population
No, EFTA membership would not give us adequate control of immigration. There is a better way.
It would be absurd for the government to assert control over immigration only to ‘increase’ it
Even the cautious ONS is now forecasting vast population growth driven by immigration
To allow the illegal migrant population to grow in this country would be a betrayal of the British people
Do we really need yet more EU workers?
Leaked immigration plans are good news for UK workers
A halfway-house Brexit would let EU immigration continue unchecked
A soft Brexit would mean mass immigration – of over 100,000 people a year net until the late 2030s
17 July 2017
A temporary Norway-style Brexit risks permanent loss of control of our borders
14 July 2017
The rights of EU citizens after Brexit are important but the Commission’s opening demands are unacceptably…
15 June 2017
The assumption that migrants make a positive contribution to public finances has no basis in fact
21 May 2017
How do we handle future migration from the EU?
11 May 2017
International students – shifting sands?
26 April 2017