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U.K. | 1 March 2019 The Brexit Drag on Net Migration Should Fade This Year
The latest official data show that net migration to the U.K. hasn't fallen much, despite all the uncertainty created by the Brexit vote.

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1 March 2019 The Brexit Drag on Net Migration Should Fade This Year

By Samuel Tombs

The latest official data show that net migration to the U.K. hasn't fallen much, despite all the uncertainty created by the Brexit vote.

Posted: 28th Feb 2019 in 'U.K.'

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