Instead of making symbolic promises to stem benefit tourism, progressives should consider how to build good community relations in areas that are receiving EU migrants.
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A quarter of eastern Europeans pay just £1 a week net in income tax despite being in work, claimed the Telegraph. The paper has now admittted that that claim was wrong.
Progressives shouldn’t be running scared of UKIP. There are left-wing answers to the questions posed by the party, writes James Bloodworth.
The Yvette Cooper speech showed Labour is not going to compete with the Tories to show who is toughest on immigration
Migration stories continue with Yvette Cooper providing more detail on Labour’s policy and a statistical correction from the Office for National Statistics, reports Jill Rutter.
It is a significant day for migration policy, with a government announcement on access to benefits for EU nationals and an important legal judgement on asylum support.
Gabriella Jozwiak reports from the Migrant’s Rights Network event last night on young people’s attitude to immigration.
Migration Watch have come round to the Eurosceptic Blue Labour position they rejected three years ago.
Economics are important, but it won’t do to reach exclusively for economic solutions to the radical right threat.