Some of our MPs don’t even understand the rules governing migrants and benefits.
Tag Archives: Immigration
Politicians must engage with the social and cultural impact of migration flows, rather than endlessly debating economic issues.
Vivane Reding, vice-president of the European commission, stated in a web chat last night that in the UK there is a perception of an “invasion of foreigners” coming to the UK to “steal jobs”.
The government’s focus on restricting benefits will do little to affect the scale of immigration.
The Quiet Man is turning up the volume. We wish he wouldn’t.
The government should abandon its net migration target and commit unequivocally to increasing the number of international students studying in British education institutions.
We should be promoting integration and replicating success, rather than issuing unworkable policy statements.
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.