Immigration ministers tend to be more explicit on what they intend to do than on what they hope to achieve, or how migration policy contributes to their government’s broader economic, social and international objectives. Drawing on her new book, The Migration Debate, Sarah Spencer suggests there may be value in having that debate.
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