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Why Libertarians Will Never Get Immigration

Lee Jenkins November 20, 2013 7

Why do libertarians have such a hard time understanding, and being understood, on the most contentious issue? Next to taxation, immigration is possibly the most contentious and emotive issue of the last decade. This

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Immigration: whose line is it anyway?

Immigration: whose line is it anyway?

Backbencher November 12, 2013 1

James Evans examines public opinion towards immigration. Immigration has become a powerful word in politics. UKIP’s message about getting out of Europe and controlling our own borders has found favour with many voters. The

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6 Facts you need to know to have an honest debate on Immigration

6 Facts you need to know to have an honest debate on Immigration

Olly Neville November 4, 2013 23

  After the economy, immigration is probably the biggest issue in British politics. According to polls on issues it is the only one besides the economy that regularly gets double digits in terms of

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Benefit tourism fears largely unfounded, claims European Commission study

Benefit tourism fears largely unfounded, claims European Commission study

Backbencher October 17, 2013 1

Bryony Clarke reports on an EU study vitiating anti-immigration claims by the Daily Mail and Telegraph. A European Commission study on European Union migration has reportedly rebuffed the ‘benefit tourism’ claims purveyed by the

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Immigration, Jobs And British Entitlement

Backbencher September 26, 2013 1

Immigrants don’t ‘take’ British jobs. They just make Brits work harder for them It has been widely reported Labour MP Chris Bryant has criticised certain organisations regarding their recruitment strategy. This has been denied,

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Two Reasons to Support Immigration

Two Reasons to Support Immigration

Sam Woolfe September 11, 2013 5

Contrary to the paranoia expressed by anti-immigration groups such as Migrant Watch UK, there are good reasons to support immigration in the UK. One reason is based on libertarian principles. The other reason is

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We must fight immigration fiction with facts.

We must fight immigration fiction with facts.

Daniel Pryor September 3, 2013 4

Daniel Pryor interprets Lord Ashcroft’s recent poll as a wake-up call for the advocates of immigration. The majority of people in this country believe that immigration has produced more disadvantages than advantages. This miserable

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Home Office sends out “Go Home” vans

Backbencher August 5, 2013 1

By Riley Maxwell A recent Home Office campaign to combat illegal immigration has sparked a wave of controversy and uproar. Immigration Minister Mark Harper launched a fleet of vans onto the street displaying the

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The Home Office’s anti-immigrant campaign is backwards and offensive.

The Home Office’s anti-immigrant campaign is backwards and offensive.

Daniel Pryor August 2, 2013 2

Daniel Pryor slams yesterday’s tweets from The Home Office. Followers of The Home Office’s Twitter account will yesterday have witnessed an incessant barrage of tweets detailing the arrests of those suspected of illegal immigration.

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T’up North: UKIP’s New Happy Hunting Ground

T’up North: UKIP’s New Happy Hunting Ground

Lee Jenkins July 4, 2013 3

Forget the Shires, UKIP have their sites on the towns and cities of Northern England With the exception of Lincolnshire, UKIP have yet to make real headway in Tory areas, which would be odd

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