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  • Reynolds
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    • Oct 2018
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    Record Number - 380,000 Came To UK From Non-EU Countries In One Year



    Migration into Britain from outside EU hits highest level ever


    379,000 people came to UK from non-EU countries in year to September 2019

    The number of people moving to Britain from outside the European Union is now at its highest level on record, official figures revealed today. Some 379,000 people came to the UK from non-EU countries, according to the latest Office for National Statistics estimates for the year to September 2019. The number of non-EU citizens leaving Britain over the same period has remained broadly stable for about six years now and is now at 129,000. A new 'points-based' system announced last week is set to end EU free movement rights and make it virtually impossible for low-skilled workers to come to the UK from abroad.

    Skilled workers will need to be sponsored by an employer, speak English and meet a skills test, as well as meeting a 'minimum salary threshold' of 25,600, although a lower salary may be accepted in some cases. Under the Home Office reforms top priority will be given to those with 'the highest skills and the greatest talents', like scientists, engineers and academics, who may not need a job offer to be allowed in. The system will allocate extra points to applicants who intend to work in an area where there are labour shortages - meaning the Government could act to bring in low-skilled workers if necessary. Meanwhile, the government's recent actions and policy proposals will likely lead to immigration going up further.

    'The millions who want the inflow reduced, and who voted Conservative a couple months ago, will be rightly concerned that Boris Johnson's government is not serious about tackling these absurd levels of immigration.' Most non-EU migrants (51 per cent, 165,000) were international students and just an estimated 27 per cent (88,000) who were moving to the UK long-term said they were coming for work, the figures suggested. 'The Government plans to liberalise work visas for non-EU citizens, which may increase the number of non-EU workers, but exactly how much is hard to say. Read more ...




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