Tag Archives: Immigration

What the left should take from Rochester and Strood

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Majorities have group identities just like minorities, and that’s fine.

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Five myths about public attitudes towards immigration

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British Future’s report shows how the fear of being stereotyped stops the moderate majority from communicating their ideas.

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Revealed: how our media shuts out migrant voices

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From January to April, only 8 per cent of Daily Mail stories on migration featured a migrant voice, and only 6 per cent of Times articles.

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Labour’s new immigration policy: more moderate voices needed

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The complex views of the majority on immigration are not always easily represented in opinion polls.

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What’s really putting Indian students off UK universities?

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The coalition’s policies are as much to blame as UKIP in creating the perception that the UK is hostile to overseas students.

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It’s not just the anti-immigration voices that have lost the argument. It’s the left too

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The left must move on from the economics of immigration and find a more progressive way to talk about the benefits of migration.

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Is the Big Issue really being exploited by immigrants?

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The Daily Mail cannot decide who to blame for Ed Miliband’s encounter with a begging child.

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The anti-immigration voices have lost the economic argument

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The economics of immigration are unambiguous: the anti-immigration voices have lost the argument and should move on.

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The myth of migrants ‘flocking’ to Britain’s ‘soft touch’ benefits system

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The desire to ‘get on’ isn’t confined to affluent Westerners.

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Seeing off Brexit by changing the Treaty of Rome into a Treaty of Home

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The only way to see off anti-EU and extreme right-wing parties is to start a debate about a radical new direction for Europe.

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