The Impact Of Immigration On Maternity Services In England

Summary 1  Between 2000 and 2010 births in England increased by over 114,000 – from 572,826 to 687,007.   Immigration has been the key factor fuelling this increase: three quarters of the increase in births was to women born outside the UK. Overall, in 2010, over a quarter of all live births in England were to […]

25th June 2012 (Family, Health, Visas/Work Permits)

Press Release: Comment By Kiran Bali On Changes To Family Migration

11 June, 2012 In response to today's oral statement by the Home Secretary Theresa May on family migration, Kiran Bali MBE, Advisory Council member of Migration Watch UK said: "This is a very valuable step forward. We must do everything possible to ensure that new migrants are able to integrate successfully into our society. Integration […]

12th June 2012 (Family, Policy, Visas/Work Permits)

Immigration – How To Achieve The Government’s Target

28 May, 2012 The real problem with immigration is that non-EU migrants are failing to return home. That is the conclusion of a study published today by Migration Watch UK. Over the past ten years non-EU migrants have been arriving at the rate of about 300,000 a year but have only been leaving at about 100,00 a […]

Family Migration; Overwhelming Support For Reform

The public overwhelmingly support the government’s key proposals for the reform of family migration. That was the result of an opinion poll published by Migration Watch UK today. 83% supported the suggestion that British immigration officers should interview applicants in their own country to make sure that the relationship is a genuine one. The poll […]

8th March 2012 (Asylum, Family, Policy)

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