We should be promoting integration and replicating success, rather than issuing unworkable policy statements.
Tag Archives: Immigration
Contrary to what David Cameron would have you believe, benefit tourism just isn’t a significant problem.
Here are three reasons not to accept tabloid hysteria about Romanian and Bulgarian migration.
By giving people something to vote for at the European Elections – not only to vote against – Labour can progress.
When making the case for immigration (which we should) we should also recognise that there will be a backlash if people don’t feel they have been consulted about the pace of change.
The Sun should use language that reflects reality, not their readers’ prejudices.
Critics, who represent a wide range of interests, have called the Bill ‘unworkable’.
Quarterly migration statistics were issued today and the data show few surprises.
Jill Rutter criticises Chris Bryant’s recent comments on immigration.
It has been another week when immigration stories have been in the news, with horse trading over the accuracy of the International Passenger Survey – used by the government to estimate net migration – and calls by the think tank Demos to restrict EU migration.