Immigration Debate About More Than Cutting Numbers


Some 18 months after the general election, the British remain as sceptical about immigration and politicians’ ability to manage it as they were in the dying days of Gordon Brown’s government.

According to the German Marshall Fund’s annual Transatlantic Trends: Immigration survey, published today, the British are also at least twice as likely to rate immigration as the most important issue facing the country as the French, Germans and Italians.

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