Perhaps surprisingly, new polling shows that even with persistent unemployment rates, people aren’t seeking scapegoats.
Posts Tagged: border control
While legitimate refugees risk their lives, bogus migrants get away with repeatedly breaking the law.
We should screw up our courage and state the values Britain expects of its citizens. It isn’t hard.
‘Migrant cop-out’…’Why won’t Cameron come clean?’…’Window dressing’ – the new immigration ‘crack-down’ falters
The papers, the experts and the competition all vividly illustrate the mire in which Cameron is wading.
Britain’s immigration system should be based on migrants’ merit, not their nationality.
The essence of conservatism lies in coming to terms with reality, not trying to opt out of a changing world.
Instead of flinging insults, the Culture Secretary offers voters a viable alternative to UKIP.
This will bolster those who question the renegotiation, the Tory defences against UKIP and the Prime Minister’s character.
Mark Field MP: Conservatives for Managed Migration want a sensible immigration policy, not an open door
Sir Andrew Green knows much about immigration policy, but in my experience the current system is broken.
The report’s findings may overturn previous claims that migrants come at the expense of British workers.
It now looks almost certain the Government will fail to meet its pledge to cut the numbers
Tobias Ellwood MP: Between Little Englanders and Open Doorites, there is room for a rational immigration policy
Immigration has long played a positive role in our history – it’s the sheer scale of today’s flows that makes things different.
Much of the UK is not remotely full – more people would benefit all of us.
Britain’s powerlessness to restrict the movement of Romanians and Bulgarians from January 1 shows up the consequences of membership.
We predict that the UK population of these two nationalities will grow by between 30,000 and 70,000 in each of the first five years, with a central estimate of 50,000.