Minister admits that immigration is of little benefit to Britons

November 06, 2006

The government have admitted in the House of Commons that immigration is of little benefit to the British public. Their own figures show a minimal contribution to GDP per head. (Read report).

Commenting, Sir Andrew Green, Chairman of MigrationwatchUK, said “Ms Ryan has let the cat out of the bag. The government’s claims about the economic benefits of immigration to the British people are little more than a confidence trick. It is amazing that they have got away with it for so long”.

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