Migration

Why Brexit will actually lead to a higher proportion of foreigners entering the UK

Putting up walls: "Brexit may sow the seeds of greater, not less, tension and resentment within British society." Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Khalid Koser

Executive Director, Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF)

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