Net Immigration To Britain Above 250,000 Despite Coalition Promises


Net immigration to the UK remains above 250,000 a year despite a small fall since the coalition government took over, according to the latest independent figures.

Prime Minister David Cameron and Home Secretary Theresa May want to reduce the number to under 100,000 by the end of the parliament in 2015.

But the Office for National Statistics said estimated net migration to Britain – the number of people arriving for more than 12 months minus those leaving – in the year to September 2011 was 252,000, down only 3,000 on the previous year.


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