Net long-term international migration is down. Skills drain? Or a world of opportunity?

In the latest Migration Statistics Quarterly Report of May 2017 (published by the Office for National Statistics, the Home Office and Department for Work and Pensions), we’re told that net long-term international migration was estimated to be +248,000 in 2016, down 84,000 from 2015. A statistic that’s flagged as being...

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

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Net long-term international migration is down. Skills drain? Or a world of opportunity?
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