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Public “baffled” students included in government’s migration targets

The British public do not see international students studying in the UK as “immigrants”, and do not want the number coming here reduced, even if this would make it harder to reduce overall immigration numbers, according to new research by Universities UK and British Future, writes Joe Cryer.

"Nigel Farage expects to top the poll in Britain, campaigning under the banner of restoring UK national sovereignty by leaving the European Union." Photo: rockcohen

REPORT: EU migration from Romania and Bulgaria

On 1st January 2014, Britain opens its borders to Romania and Bulgaria. It is a moment being greeted not...

The melting pot generation

REPORT: The melting pot generation

When the parents of Olympic champion Jessica Ennis, who are from Jamaica and Derbyshire, met in Sheffield in the...

The Spectator's Isabel Hardman spoke at British Future's event The New Patriotism: Beyond the Spirit of 2012.

VIDEO: Questions put to our New Patriotism panel

How does class affect British identity? What do the Conservatives have to say about immigration now? And how can...

Is there a new patriotism in Britain after 2012?

A new patriotism or running from the Empire? Britain in 2012

Where have the events of 2012 left British patriotism? British Future and thinktank Bright Blue held an event talking...

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Challenges ahead in ethnic minority voting patterns

Back in April Frank Sharry of America's Voice predicted the Hispanic vote would be a huge factor in the...