September 20, 2018
By Jonathan Thomas
The impression given to the UK public has been of an immigration system that is out of control. Successive UK governments have failed to build confidence that their immigration policies properly serve the interests of the UK public. Legal constraints on the UK Government’s scope for action are largely blamed. But the Government can — and does — exercise far greater control over immigration than is commonly perceived. All the evidence actually points to the fact that overall the UK exercises extremely effective control over immigration. What might the impact be if this were made clearer to the public?
By Alexander Babuta; Marion Oswald; Christine Rinik
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