Where do you stand on immigration?

Today, Theresa May announced that she would like to cut immigration to “sustainable levels… and we believe that means tens of thousands”.

SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon, responded that there needs to be an honest conversation about the need to attract skilled labour to allow the economy to flourish.

Tim Farron, called the announcement by May as political manoeuvering which means very little. “Theresa May should know better – she has set and failed to meet countless immigration targets in her time as home secretary”, he said.

Ukip would like a ‘one in one out’ policy.

Where do you stand, what would you like the politicians to know? Answer our quick survey to have your say.

Kathryn Corrick

Digital communications strategist, teacher and open data specialist with an academic background in ethics. Kathryn has been working in and around the web and its impact on civic society for over 15 years, and is particularly interested in how the use of technology and data is changing culture, society, law and democracy.

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