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5 May 2020updated 06 Oct 2020 9:45am

How might Covid-19 shape immigration policy?

By Rohan Banerjee

The coronavirus pandemic has increased some UK voters’ anxiety about immigration levels, but also highlighted the reliance of certain sectors – such as healthcare and agriculture –  on steady access to foreign workers.

Both Labour and the Conservatives will need to adapt and curate their immigration policies carefully, writes the New Statesman’s political correspondent Patrick Maguire.

You can read the full article here.

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