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British Future’s report shows how the fear of being stereotyped stops the moderate majority from communicating their ideas.
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.
The complex views of the majority on immigration are not always easily represented in opinion polls.
The coalition’s policies are as much to blame as UKIP in creating the perception that the UK is hostile to overseas students.
The left must move on from the economics of immigration and find a more progressive way to talk about the benefits of migration.
The economics of immigration are unambiguous: the anti-immigration voices have lost the argument and should move on.
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.