The net migration figures for the year to June 2023 give some ammunition to both sides of the political divide. When it comes to the economy, it’s disappointing that despite strong net migration the total number of people willing and able to work is no bigger now than before the pandemic. Perhaps without strong net migration, the available pool of workers would have been even lower.
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