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    1. August 25, 2016

      Net migration to the UK stays at near-record level

      Net migration to the UK stayed at a near-record level of 327,000, more than three times the government’s “tens of...

    2. August 17, 2016

      Sturgeon vows to stand by EU migrants living in Scotland

      Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to make the interests of EU citizens living in Scotland central to her government’s response...

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    1. August 17, 2016

      Brexit decision hits migrant workers’ wages sent home

      Britain’s decision to leave the EU is rippling through the global economy via an important but hidden channel: the...

    2. August 16, 2016

      UK immigration hits wages by a mere few pence a year

      From pub rants to government policy planning, the question of immigration is not going away. That is as it should be:...

    3. August 16, 2016

      Brexit pay boost for Britons likely to be outweighed by downturn

      A fall in immigration due to the Brexit vote could offer native Britons in some low-paid jobs a small rise that is...

    4. August 10, 2016

      Theresa May sets a new policy direction

      Theresa May’s determination to set a new policy direction is becoming clearer, as the new prime minister begins...

    5. August 3, 2016

      Brexit visa rush could equal 140 years’ worth of applications

      The UK could be forced to process 140 years’ worth of visa applications in just one year if there is a rush by 3.5m...

    6. August 3, 2016

      Royal Navy urged to help border patrol

      The Royal Navy should be deployed to help Britain’s Border Force tackle smuggling of people, drugs and weapons across...

    7. August 1, 2016

      Trump and Brexit feed off the same anger

      At the Democratic convention last week, I experienced an uncomfortable feeling of déjà vu. Emblazoned across the arena...

    8. August 1, 2016

      Four ways to curb migration post-Brexit

      Immigration was a decisive factor for many of the 17m people who voted to leave the EU in June, and its role in shaping...

    9. July 31, 2016

      May should give certainty to EU nationals in Britain

      Britain’s decision to leave the EU has brought uncertainty to many people in the UK. Few are as seriously affected as...

    10. July 26, 2016

      Brexit Briefing: Wriggle room on freedom of movement

      Many factors have contributed to the anxiety of British voters about immigration in recent years but one of the most...

    11. July 26, 2016

      Amber Rudd to launch anti-hate crime campaign as offences surge

      Amber Rudd, home secretary, will launch an awareness campaign against hate crime and scrutinise how police deals with...

    12. July 20, 2016

      No, Donald Trump and Brexit are not the same 

      It is an odd feeling witnessing the birth of a new political reality. For Brexit it came in the early hours of June 24,...

    13. July 19, 2016

      Kweku Adoboli supporters launch appeal to fight deportation

      Supporters of Kweku Adoboli, the former UBS trader whose unauthorised trading led to losses of $2.3bn at the Swiss...

    14. July 18, 2016

      Falling job vacancies will deter migrants, says study

      European migrants looking for work will be deterred from coming to the UK because Britain’s exit from the EU will...

    15. July 13, 2016

      Britain will still need plenty of us immigrants

      A frequent sneer at the metropolitan UK elite — heard during and since the EU referendum campaign — is that they only...

    16. July 9, 2016

      Call for quick decision over EU citizens in UK

      The UK is pushing for an agreement within weeks on the rights of both Europeans living in Britain and British citizens...

    17. July 7, 2016

      Theresa May is pragmatic reformer but tough on immigration

      One of Theresa May’s cabinet colleagues once remarked of the home secretary: “I admire her but one day she will have to...

    18. July 7, 2016

      A British model for a post-referendum European future

      After the referendum, the reckoning. When Britain voted to leave the EU it said nothing about what sort of future...

    19. July 7, 2016

      Why leaving will make almost everybody unhappy

      The people have spoken. But what did they say? Yes, we do know that in an advisory referendum held on June 23, a small...

    20. July 5, 2016

      Britain should have no truck with xenophobia

      Four years ago, when Britain hosted the Olympic Games, the nation did so in the spirit of a multicultural society,...

    21. July 5, 2016

      The UK will miss unskilled migrants after Brexit

      Have you ever noticed how supermarkets run out of fruit salads on sunny days when everyone decides they fancy a picnic?...

    22. July 3, 2016

      The Brexit vote will leave a long-lasting legacy

      Turkey is joining the EU. Within a few years a million of its citizens could be arriving in Britain. These migrants...

    23. June 29, 2016

      Cameron pins Brexit on EU failure to grant UK brake on migration

      David Cameron bade an emotional farewell to the EU on Tuesday night, saying Britain would not “turn its back on Europe”...

    24. June 28, 2016

      What a Prime Minister Boris Johnson should do next

      On May 22, one Boris Johnson gave his forecast for the UK’s post-referendum future: “Given the choice between taking...

    25. June 28, 2016

      What will Brexit mean for UK jobs?

      “It was as if somebody switched the lights off and went home.” That was how the boss of a construction company...

    26. June 27, 2016

      We now need a proper roadmap to quell corrosive uncertainty

      The electorate has made its choice. Financial markets have taken fright. British families and businesses are wondering...

    27. June 27, 2016

      Hate crimes surge as racist abuse of foreigners in UK condemned

      Prime Minister David Cameron and the Polish embassy have condemned a rise in racist abuse of foreigners following last...

    28. June 27, 2016

      I do not believe that Brexit will happen

      All good dramas involve the suspension of disbelief. So it was with Brexit. I went to bed at 4am on Friday depressed...

    29. June 26, 2016

      Eastern Europe ready to play hardball over Brexit

      Britain will face a determined and defensive eastern Europe in negotiations to exit the EU, as countries such as Poland...

    30. June 24, 2016

      My fellow Americans, learn from Britain’s blunder

      In 1999 I moved to Britain as an economic migrant. The US academic market was already constricting so with some...

    31. June 24, 2016

      Labour leaders’ failure to listen led to defeat over Brexit

      Jamie Reed, the Labour MP for Copeland in Cumbria, nailed in a tweet the question the UK opposition party needs to ask...

    32. June 24, 2016

      What will Brexit mean for immigration?

      “Take back control of our borders” proved a potent message for those who campaigned for Britain to leave the EU. Now...

    33. June 24, 2016

      Brexit: UK voters may soon come to miss a humiliated Cameron

      Years will pass before Britain finds out in detail what it has done. Thursday’s popular rejection of EU membership is...

    34. June 24, 2016

      Brexit: Identity trumps economics in revolt against elites

      Britain has voted to leave the EU. While the results are still being digested the numbers that have emerged contain two...

    35. June 23, 2016

      UK population hits a record high

      After weeks in which the European referendum has relentlessly thrown the spotlight on immigration, the latest...

    36. June 23, 2016

      UK areas with stagnant wages are most anti-EU

      A feeling of anger and frustration with the European Union is strongest in areas of Britain that have seen wages...

    37. June 21, 2016

      Cameron cannot meet pledge on migration without Brexit, says Gove

      David Cameron will be unable to fulfil his manifesto promise to cut net migration to the tens of thousands if Britain...

    38. June 20, 2016

      Britain’s resident Poles concerned by repercussions of Brexit

      After a decade in London, home delivery driver Arkadiusz Madejski is desperate for the UK to stay in the EU — a view he...

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