Brexit uncertainty driving EU migrants without 5 years’ residency out of UK, says IPPR

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New IPPR work today further calls for a radical skills strategy for construction

Posted inNews archiveon01 Dec 2017 Marley Morris, IPPR senior research fellow, commenting on today’s long-term immigration statistics from the ONS, said:

“Today we have new evidence that there has been a Brexit effect on EU migration. While there is no mass ‘Brexodus’ of EU citizens, it is nevertheless true that net migration has slowed since the referendum, and this is driven in part by EU citizens leaving the UK.

“Our analysis suggests that EU citizens who have been in the UK for less than 5 years are

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