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Even with the Brexit deal unknown, the government can act now to manage migration better

During the course of the referendum campaign trade unionists heard concerns over EU migration linked with low wages, lack of services and poor quality jobs in many parts of the country. 

Dear Immigration Minister

The Home Affairs Select Committee is conducting an inquiry into the work of the Immigration Directorate. It has just taken evidence from the Immigration Minister, James Brokenshire, before he was appointed as Northern Ireland Secretary.

It's complicated. The Brexit referendum and the case for "Remain"

The referendum asks us to make a binary decision, rather than judge between alternative visions of the EU.

Are you an undecided or uncertain voter? Here’s the case to Remain in the EU

  It’s nearly the end of this long referendum campaign. If you’re still an undecided voter, or wavering about your choice, or if you know someone who is either of those things, I’d like to set out the arguments why I believe you should vote to stay in the European Union.  

Britain inextricably tied to Europe

When Scotland voted in its own referendum back in 2014, many in the rest of the Union argued that they too should have a say in the country’s future.

The true cost of Brexit on health and scientific research

Among the many possible costs of Brexit, one that is increasingly difficult to ignore the facts on is the impact on the UK's capacity to conduct world leading research.

The Brexit Debate: Learning from Europe’s Lost Opportunity

As the Soviet bloc crumbed at the end of the 1980s, there were attempts by leaders in East and West to develop an alternative model of European unity. Failure to engage with this idea in the UK was a lost opportunity with wider lessons for the current debate on Britain's future in the EU.

Trade, sovereignty and the car industry - who is behind the wheel?

Two of the defining issues of the Referendum campaign are trade and sovereignty, but what does the example of the car industry tell us?

Britain at the heart of Europe is the only sensible choice

In a special extended essay, Peter Droussiotis, chair of the UK-Cyprus Enterprise Council, shares his thoughts on why it makes sense for Britain to remain in the European Union.

Head or heart? The ‘soft’ case to remain

“I just want the facts” is a phrase commonly uttered these past months in relation to the referendum by the Remainers, the Brexiteers, and for the most part by those undecided voters w
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