Will the migration cap fit?
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(14 Oct 2010)
The government’s proposed cap on skilled labour immigration of non-EU workers has drawn both praise and criticism from commentators across the board. Martin Ruhs takes an in-depth look at migration to the UK and finds that reducing Britain’s reliance on migrant workers will require a wide range of public policy changes, not just changes in labour immigration policy.
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