We Need Better Migration Data for an Effective Immigration Policy

This morning I wrote an article for The Spectator about the poor state of the UK’s migration data. Our migration estimates are based on a survey taken by as few as 5,000 migrants a year.

We can’t write effective immigration policy without having a clear view of the evidence – good policies depend on good evidence. So I urge the Government to introduce a system of counting people in and out of the country.

Read the article on The Spectator