We are not creating jobs no one lives here it several migrants doing what would be one persons job.
The stat I really want is migrant births and levels of migrants in children. The level after the pensioners die.
In short: Officially documented ONS EU migrants where 1.2 million with a record setting 308,000 log term migrants. Other migrants were 1.1 million. 2.4 million Brits left.
(Better but still not right)
Labour Force Survey estimates shows over the same period the number of EU migrants working in the UK rose 11% to a record 2.1 million.
(Even better but still not right)
The ONS said 308,000 long-term migrants came to live in Britain to work – an increase of 30,000 and the highest on record. More than 58% or 178,000 had a definite job to go to but a further 130,000 arrived looking for work.
The ONS also said 630,000 national insurance numbers were issued to EU nationals in the 12 months to this March – an increase of only 1,000 over the previous year.
The statisticians said earlier this month that the difference between national insurance numbers issued and the number of long-term EU migrants coming to the UK to work was largely made up of short-term migrants coming to work for between three and 12 months.
But the ONS only published figures on Thursday for short-term migration for the 12 months to June 2014, which showed that on one definition there were 317,000 short-term migrants during this period – up 118,000 on the previous year.
Glen Watson, the deputy national statistician, said the ONS had published figures for short-term migration that covered a number of definitions ranging from 165,000 on a UN definition to 1.2 million on the broadest definition in the year ending June 2014.
The majority of this increase – 131,000 of a 224,000 rise – involved migrants from the “original” EU 15 countries of western and southern Europe. A further 55,000 of the increase involved Romanians and Bulgarians, many of whom regularised their position after the lifting of labour market restrictions on them in January 2015. Labour migration from eastern Europe saw only a 32,000 or 3% rise in comparison.
Locals forced onto the dole by migrants is a migrant issue.
How many of these are actually tourists?
Do we count migrants who arrive by buss?
The number of short-term migrants coming to Britain is far outnumbered by the number of British citizens going to live abroad for less than 12 months, which stood at 399,000 in the 12 months to June 2014.
New figures also show that in 2014 there were nearly twice as many Britons working and living abroad for less than a year – 420,000 on one definition – than the number of short-term migrants in Britain, 241,000.
1.2 million figure for short-term immigration of three to 12 months on the widest definition was less than half the level of short-term emigration of 2.4 million.
The number of British citizens emigrating abroad, which was down 14,000 to 123,000. Total emigration in 2015 was 297,000 and far below its peak a decade ago when it stood at 427,000 in 2008. The biggest fall was in the number of Britons moving abroad to work, reflecting the relative strength of the UK jobs market. The top destinations remained Australia, France and the US.
New asylum applications in the UK have also risen by 30% to 41,563 (A village all on benefits for life £50,000 a year each) in the 12 months to this March. It is the fifth successive year that asylum applications have risen, with the largest numbers of applicants coming from Iran, Pakistan, Iraq and Eritrea. 2,235 Syrians were granted refugee protection in the 12 months to March, with a further 1,667 Syrians brought to Britain directly from the camps under the government’s emergency resettlement programme.
3rd world ”students” won’t even come here
Immigration to Britain of non-EU citizens actually fell by 10,000 last year to 277,000 with the decline largely down to lower numbers of Asian students, including those from China and India, coming to study, particularly in British further education colleges.
The number of overseas students coming to British universities and colleges has fallen to 167,000 – its lowest level since 2007. The largest single group of overseas students are now from China who accounted for one-third of all non-EU study visas in 2015, followed by the US, India and Malaysia.
A fake visa issue?
“We have cut abuse in student and family visa systems, raised standards in work routes and toughened welfare provisions. The new Immigration Act will go further, tackling illegal working and making it harder than ever for illegal migrants to stay under the radar, putting an end to the permissive environment of the past.”
Most peoples view on migration is shaped by what they see everyday in real life. Some places are nothing but migrants. Some places are a few migrants. Some places have none. The place that have none should care about the other places. They will get to you eventually.
You can’t just shove millions of people into something not made to fit them and expect it to work.