The government’s focus on restricting benefits will do little to affect the scale of immigration.
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By European standards Britain’s benefits system is far from generous.
Here are three reasons not to accept tabloid hysteria about Romanian and Bulgarian migration.
A mass arrival of labour migrants from Romania when UK immigration restrictions are lifted in January 2014 is “unlikely”, according to a researcher from Edge Hill University who has written a book on the Romanian diaspora.
MigrationWatch is more interested in scaremongering than getting the facts right.
The debate over Bulgarian and Romanian migration shows that concerns about immigration are now inevitably intertwined with attitudes to EU membership.