Tag Archives: Immigration

The Tory Party is no longer the party of business

Conservativesj

Tory anti-immigration rhetoric is resulting in a backlash from business.

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Immigration must work for people on low and middle incomes

Immigrationj

Simply telling people that high migration is inevitable and that they shouldn’t worry is not the way to gain public trust.

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Immigration benefits Britain. But it benefits some more than others

Border controlsj

Immigration means different things to different people. The left should recognise that.

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Fraud allegation Tory MP accused Eastern Europeans of benefit tourism

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A Tory MP at the centre of £100,000 benefit fraud allegations has previously accused Eastern Europeans of coming to Britain from Eastern Europe in order to claim benefits.

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The Tories as the Workers’ party? Not as ridiculous as it sounds

Grant Shappsj

The interests of the Tory party are very often diametrically opposed to those of most workers. However it would be a mistake to be complacent.

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Once again, the government puts being tough on immigration ahead of being correct about immigration

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All migrants coming to the UK from the European Union will have to show that they are earning at least £149 a week for three months before they have access to benefits.

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Scots more positive about immigration than rest of UK

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Reducing immigration is of less concern across Scotland than it is elsewhere across the UK, according to new research.

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UK immigration policy ‘revolts’ Scottish minister

Scotland’s education secretary has claimed the UK’s immigration policy is “driven by UKIP and by a nasty xenophobia”.

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Will restricting benefits reduce EU immigration?

Unfortunately, the policies that work tend to deliver much less dramatic headlines.

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Want to make the case for immigration? Then stop talking about money

The public aren’t worried only about the economic impact of immigration.

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