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Migration is too high, says party in charge of migration for 14 years

1 March 2024

12:46 AM

1 March 2024

12:46 AM

When Rishi Sunak made ‘stopping the boats’ one of his five priorities after entering No. 10, he ensured that immigration (legal and illegal) would become one of the big issues heading into an election. It seemed, for a while, that the government thought the emphasis on migration would work in its favour.

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