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Never mind the Brexit: The OECD is bang on about immigration

never mind the brexit: the oecd is bang on about immigration
The OECD’s bearish outlook on Brexit grabbed headlines yesterday (indeed, including ours), and also drew ire from Leave supporters who noted the group’s excessively pessimistic forecasts..
City A.M.

London Mayor calls for "qualified" freedom of movement

london mayor calls for "qualified" freedom of movement
London Mayor Sadiq Khan will today call on the goverment to adopt "qualified" freedom of movement after Brexit as the best way to protect the economic prosperity of London.   Speaking at the..
City A.M.

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News video: Britain to ‘restrict immigration to highest-skilled EU workers’

Britain to ‘restrict immigration to highest-skilled EU workers’ 01:16

Britain is considering measures to restrict immigration for all but the highest-skilled EU workers, a leaked government document said, plans some companies called alarming and an opposition lawmaker..
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News video: UK net migration hits three-year low after Brexit vote

UK net migration hits three-year low after Brexit vote 01:27

Is this the Brexit effect? Net migration to Britain has fallen to its lowest level in three years, with more than half the drop down to EU citizens leaving and fewer arriving, Net migration fell by..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Accountability Of International Student Migration Drops Immigration Numbers

Accountability Of International Student Migration Drops Immigration Numbers 00:39

Immigration numbers are lower than what was believed in the UK. The Telegraph reported that border checks showed that 97 percent of international students left the UK after finishing their studies. It..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

Brits unwilling and unable to fill EU workers' low skilled jobs

brits unwilling and unable to fill eu workers' low skilled jobs
UK nationals are unwilling and unable to fill the void that will be left by EU workers in low-skilled jobs, a new report has claimed.  Although EU nationals make up seven per cent of the total UK..
City A.M.

Brexit: UK businesses finding it 'notably harder' to recruit skilled professional staff as net migration falls

The news will deepen fears of a post-Brexit skills shortage as the number of vacancies rises while the UK is already reaching full employment
Independent

Home Office decision to deny Cobham man's Thai wife and daughter entry to UK bringing family to 'breaking point'

home office decision to deny cobham man's thai wife and daughter entry to uk bringing family to 'breaking point'
The Home Office explained the refusal by saying the British public have made it clear they want to see a reduction in net migration
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MPs prepare for showdown over EU Withdrawal Bill

mps prepare for showdown over eu withdrawal bill
MPs will return to forging the UK's path to Brexit this week as the House of Commons returns from the summer recess to debate the EU Withdrawal Bill. With the second reading of the bill on Thursday,..
City A.M.

Boris Johnson risks new row with Theresa May over student immigration data

Theresa May has blocked moves to remove student numbers from net migration data
Independent

Theresa May must back down over foreign student numbers

theresa may must back down over foreign student numbers
Once upon a time Theresa May aspired to be the next lady not for turning. In the aftermath of her disastrous election campaign, we learned that there are more than a few areas she is willing to row..
City A.M.

Fighting the hard facts of immigration breeds misguided, problematic policy

fighting the hard facts of immigration breeds misguided, problematic policy
While yesterday’s overall net migration figures aren’t statistically significant, there is much we can learn from them, in particular the response from government officials. Immigration minister..
City A.M.

Theresa May's migration policy meltdown

theresa may's migration policy meltdown
Prime minister Theresa May’s controversial student migration policy has been thrown into disarray following revelations that the government has been dramatically overstating the number of students..
City A.M.

A flawed basis for UK curbs on foreign students

Inaccurate data highlight the absurdity of the net migration target
FT.com

Net migration to UK falls

Number of people coming to Britain seeking work drops sharply
FT.com

Net migration to Britain could be almost 100,000 LOWER

If borne out by further research the shift in figures would bring Prime Minister Theresa May within striking distance of her tens of thousands immigration target.
MailOnline

Net migration to the UK drops after Brexit vote

Number of people coming to Britain seeking work falls sharply
FT.com

Big net migration fall since Brexit vote, latest estimates show

big net migration fall since brexit vote, latest estimates show
The estimated annual net decrease of 81,000 takes the figure to 246,000 - the lowest for three years.
BBC News

ONS admits: "No evidence that non-EU students overstay their visa"

ons admits: "no evidence that non-eu students overstay their visa"
There is no evidence to suggest students are outstaying their visas, the UK's statistical watchdog has today confirmed.  In total, 69 per cent of the international students left the UK, while a..
City A.M.


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