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UK / Net migration falls by a third

The number of people heading to Britain, less the number leaving, dropped significantly by 84,000 to 163,000 in the year to June, fuelled by a 17% drop in the number of foreign students arriving.

Immigration to the UK fell from 589,000 to 515,000, its lowest since 2003, official figures from the Office for National Statistics showed.

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Prime Minister David Cameron and Home Secretary Theresa May have pledged to reduce net migration to below 100,000 before the next election in 2015 and have brought in a number of measures to crack down on bogus students.

Mark Harper, the Immigration Minister, said: “We are bringing immigration back under control.

“Today’s statistics show another significant fall in net migration – down almost a third since June 2010 – and the latest visa statistics indicate that this trend is set to continue.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor 


via Net migration falls by a third – Telegraph.


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