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In this latest blog post, IMI director Hein de Haas states that the latest government celebrations over the fall in net UK immigration has been exaggerated and signals a broader crisis

Hein de Haas argues that while it is common practice among politicians to ascribe migration decreases to their own 'tough' policies, policies are only one of the many factors that determines levels of immigration and emigration. He concludes that, rather than a cause for celebration, declining net immigration actually signals a more general state of crisis.

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