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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.

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