In the paper, Professor Blanchflower and his co-authors note how the UK population has grown at a relatively fast pace since 2000, driven primarily by changes in net migration. The rate of inflow has increased reflecting migrants from Asia and the Middle East as well as from the eight East European Accession (A8) countries. The uncertainty about the exact number of migrants from the A8 countries is also highlighted.
Published on 04 January 2007
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