An economist’s stance on the political minefield of migration


You will hear a lot more about migration before the next parliamentary elections.

It’s difficult to write about because it’s so politicized. But it cannot be ignored as it can affect the economy. Here are some thoughts on migration of a special kind – no politics, only economics.

There is speculation that when the Office for National Statistics releases its latest figures next Thursday, between 700,000 and 1 million people have migrated to the UK online in the 12 months to December 2022. That would add momentum to the current debate over whether the government should have a target for net migration and what Labor Party policy should be. This debate would benefit from some context in three areas. An economist’s stance on the political minefield of migration

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