Jeremy Warner comments on Migrant Entrepreneurs: building our businesses, creating our jobs.
Such gems are rarely aired in Britain’s ever more distasteful “open and honest” debate about immigration. But in fact DueDil’s findings are intuitively exactly what you would expect. It is no accident that the most dynamic economy in history, the United States, is entirely immigrant-based. A large part of America’s economic success comes from the new ideas, new ways of doing things, energy and determination to succeed that the newly arrived bring with them.
The other story is the reportedly repressed No 10 study that found migrants displace far fewer British jobs than originally thought, and over time, possibly none at all.
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