Cameron urged to rethink vow to halve UK migration

Cameron urged to rethink vow to halve UK migration
 

DAVID Cameron has under a year to slash net migration by more than half after official figures showed another big jump in immigration to the UK from within the European Union.
The Prime Minister and Home Secretary Theresa May pledged to cut net migration – the difference between those leaving and arriving in the UK –to below 100,000 by the general election on 7 May next year.
But this target is moving further out of reach as new data from the Office for National Statistics showed net migration increasing to 212,000 in the year to December, from 177,000 the previous year.
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23 May 2014 in Hot News, Views: 22
Source: Scotsman
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