Britain loves immigrants - as long as they can pay their way
There is a general recognition that there must be an economic dimension to border policy - the concern is therefore more over policy implementation than basis.
Does UK plc only want the super-wealthy to come here? How finance-driven should a migration policy be? Is British border control too restrictive?
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