Davidson urges May to drop migration target

Davidson urges May to drop migration target
 

Ruth Davidson has renewed her call for the UK government to scrap its ambition of cutting immigration to the "tens of thousands".
In a speech in Glasgow, the Scottish Conservative leader said the target "has never been met and does not fit the requirements of the country".
She argued that the UK needs to attract new people if it is to build a strong economy.
And she urged Theresa May to prioritise the NHS over tax cuts.
The target of reducing net migration to tens of thousands was set by David Cameron at the start of the coalition government in 2010.
But the goal has... read more

 
29 May 2018 in Regional, Views: 54
Source: BBC
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