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David Goodhart — Head of Policy Exchange’s Demography, Immigration & Integration unit — appeared before the committee last Tuesday, to talk about the possible positive and negative effects on Londoners and the London economy of ending EU freedom of movement
Comments from the Guardian, City A.M., The Sunday Times, and the FT
Comments from The Sunday Times, the Daily Mail, and The Sun
David Goodhart, Policy Exchange’s Head of Demography, Immigration, and Integration, and Director of the Integration Hub website, discusses the Prime Minister’s ‘pitch to working-class voters’. He concludes that ‘the condescending liberal graduates will no longer set the political tone’.
Policy Exchange’s David Goodhart writes for the Daily telegraph on how to reform Britain’s immigration system to improve training and skills.
One in four would take a pay cut to curb migration: Poll reveals EU population movement is voters’ priority
The Daily Mail reports on Policy Exchange’s new poll on Brexit and attitudes towards immigration.
Following Policy Exchange’s briefing paper Immigration and Integration After Brexit Max Hastings’ describes the report as “required reading for our new government”.
David Goodhart, head of the Demography, immigration and integration unit at Policy Exchange, writes for Prospect about mass immigration and the consequences of the referendum.
David Goodhart, head of the Demography, immigration and integration unit at Policy Exchange, writes about the immigration challenges facing the next Prime Minister.
Ahead of the launch of the new Demography, Innovation and Immigration Unit this evening, David Goodhart has written a piece in The Telegraph. He says that while there has been a gradual increase in cross-ethnic friendship and the emergence of a larger ethnic-minority middle class, the speed and scale of recent immigration and the tension caused by global Islamic extremism impacting on already segregated Muslim communities means that improving integration has to be a priority for the government.