Migrationwatch

Migrationwatch

MigrationWatch UK is described as an independent, non-political immigration and asylum think-tank

It is chaired by Sir Andrew Green, a former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia. David Coleman, Professor of Demography at Oxford University, is an Honorary Consultant. Companies House documentation lists two registered Directors: Sir Andrew Green and his wife Lady Catherine Jane Green. No other Directors are recorded in Companies House documentation. The Company Secretary is a Mr David Lewis of Minehead, Somerset. The company's abbreviated accounts for 2010 indicate that, at that time, it had total assets of £29,320.

Read more about Migrationwatch:  History and Structure, Outputs, Reaction To The Group

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Migration Watch UK - Policy Stances - Economic Impact of Immigration
... MigrationWatch have argued that, while limited skilled migration (in both directions) is a natural and beneficial feature of an open economy, very large scale immigration is of little benefit to the indigenous ... MigrationWatch has claimed that migration into the UK has and will tend to hold down the real wages of British citizens ... In December 2008, a MigrationWatch report stated that while some immigration results in an increase in the number of people in employment, "it seems an inescapable ...
Migration Watch UK - Policy Stances - Asylum Seekers
... MigrationWatch claims to support the principle of political asylum but argues that many asylum seekers do not have a genuine case for qualifying for refugee status and are instead using ... group's Honorary Legal Adviser Harry Mitchell stated In July 2010, MigrationWatch published a briefing paper highlighting the potential consequences of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom's unanimous ... As of April 2012, the MigrationWatch UK website states that the numbers applying for asylum in the UK "are nowadays small relative to immigration as a ...
Migration Watch UK - Reaction To The Group
... MigrationWatch has received criticism in some sections of the media and from academics, as well as praise from other commentators ... Editorial, The Independent An August 2002 editorial about MigrationWatch in The Independent carried the title "A nasty little group playing an old, and ... It has been argued that MigrationWatch's messages "can be taken advantage of by people with Islamophobia and prejudice" ...
Andrew Green (diplomat) - MigrationWatch UK
... to high levels of immigration, in his role as the founding chairman of MigrationWatch UK ... some of his anti-immigration letters in The Times", Green set up MigrationWatch UK ... and courage of a single individual – Sir Andrew Green, the founder and chairman of MigrationWatch UK ...
Migrationwatch - Reaction To The Group
... MigrationWatch has received criticism in some sections of the media and from academics, as well as praise from other commentators ... An August 2002 editorial in The Independent concerning the Migrationwatch prediction of two million migrants in the following decade carried the title "A ... It has been argued that MigrationWatch's messages "can be taken advantage of by people with Islamophobia and prejudice" ...