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Press Releases : 2002
Welcome for UN High Commissioner's comments that Britain is' taking more than fair share of refugees'
In a response to a Foreign Office announcement on December 10 concerning the free entry of East European wor…
Social costs of mass immigration outweigh small economic gain.
Free movement of East European labour has 'potentially massive consequences'.
'MigrationwatchUK wants proper analysis and debate….' John Humphrys, Sunday Times
Latest figures for asylum seekers demonstrate failure of Government to protect our borders
'Amnesty' suggestion for illegal immigrants, an 'extremely foolish proposal. The following is a comment from…
With 1 in 20 of London's population now a refugee or asylum seeker, MigrationwatchUK seeks enquiry into 'mis…
The following is a commentary on the recent Economist survey of migration from MigrationwatchUK.
New report challenges belief that current levels of immigration produce a net financial 'benefit' to na…
31 October 2002
Substantial immigration predicted as Government raises number of work permits to record levels
26 September 2002
Welcome for Home Secretary's acceptance of Migrationwatch figures that net inward migration to Britain is no…
18 September 2002
Nine out of ten failed asylum seekers remain in the UK even if their claims fail
17 September 2002
Home Office challenged to give their own projections after questioning figures on the scale of migration int…
6 August 2002
Net migration into the UK is now two million every decade and probably more
2 August 2002
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