Monthly Archives: March 2015

The High Costs of Health for Migrants in the UK

The Independent reports that the NHS has pursued  patients who have lost babies for bills of up to £2,600. A report by Doctors of the World, a  charitable clinic in London, has revealed that vulnerable and destitute women were charged thousands of … Continue reading

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Migration fuels UK recovery

In this report, “the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR)  says the unexpected rise in net migration to 298,000 in the last year has been a factor in its decision to upgrade its forecasts for Britain’s economic growth. As reported by … Continue reading

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UK jobs and migration

A recent LSE Briefing on Migration by Dr Jonathan Wadsworth shows that: “Immigrants do not account for a majority of new jobs. The immigrant share in new jobs is – and always has been – broadly the same as the share … Continue reading

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