There was a net flow of 212,000 long-term migrants to the UK in the year ending September 2013, an increase from 154,000
So, how many Romanians will come to Britain in 2014? Most probably, they will be fewer than in the previous years... . Romania's economy records the highest growth rate in Europe and the unemployment is low, so more and more Romanians are coming back home.
Wednesday's Sun front page truly encapsulates how low our debate on immigration has sunk with the headline: "Draw a red line on immigration or else". This is systematic of the tone that political representatives now address the issue of immigration with.
Net migration to the UK increased last year by more than 20 per cent, official figures show. The Office for National Statistics