Brendan Donnelly and John Stevens discuss the latest proposals of the British government to reduce net migration into the UK. They conclude that these proposals simply represent the latest instalment in the Conservative Party’s continuing internal divisions over Brexit’s consequences. They will be economically damaging and are unlikely to help the Conservative Party in the next General Election.
Brendan Donnelly is the Director of the Federal Trust and a former Conservative MEP.
John Stevens Chair of the Federal Trust and an analyst and commentator on economic affairs.