Immigration in the United Kingdom: the recession and beyond

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Publication Date March 2009
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Will the recession reduce immigrant inflows to the United Kingdom and encourage return migration as immigrants find it more difficult to get jobs? There is already evidence that Eastern European workers are arriving in significantly smaller numbers. Still, the report makes clear that immigration will by no means cease during the recession in part because the downturn also is affecting immigrant-source countries and because migration decisions are not governed solely by economic concerns.

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