Immigration is not to blame
September 05, 2017
Britain can control immigration but what drives this debate is nasty politics. The most serious damage to British community comes not from immigration but from social deterioration [austerity] and neglect.
How do we benefit from immigration?
September 27, 2015
Immigrants bring numerous benefits to the country when they enter the UK such as helping to bridge skills gaps and contributing to taxes.
Immigration Advice Service
EU migrants have no effect on UK wages
May 10, 2016
EU migration from other EU countries has not had an adverse impact on the wages and job prospects of UK-born workers, says LSE
Immigrants net contribution
November 05, 2014
UK gains £20bn from European migrants, UCL economists reveal
Immigration - the full impact assessment
September 30, 2013
The free movement of labour is not a reason for Britain to leave the EU: it is a reason to stay in. This is a comprehensive assessment of the effects of immigration.
Centre For European Reform
Immigration controls not used
February 12, 2017
The UK government could have reduced net immigration by 82% (if we wanted to) so 'to control our borders' is not a valid reason to leave the EU.