Gianmarco Ottaviano

EU immigration hasn’t hurt jobs or wages. Here’s why:

This morning’s national insurance figures have further stoked the debate about immigration, and the extent to which leaving the EU would make a difference. Many British people are concerned that high levels of immigration have hurt their jobs, wages and quality of life. This anxiety is understandable as workers have had a rough ride in recent times.

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