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Immigration pledge in doubt

Immigration pledge in doubt
The chances of the Government meeting David Cameron’s pledge to cut net migration to the tens of thousands have been questioned by a leading thinktank.

The Institute for Public Policy Research believes net migration will continue to fall through 2013, but will then rise from 2014.

The Government’s immigration policies have also been slated as “stupid” by Nobel winner and renowned physicist Sir Andre Geim, who told the Independent on Sunday top academics were being prevented from attending UK universities.

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