Tag Archive for Australian points-based system

Immigration attitudes warming over years, not just months of lockdown

Attitudes to immigration have not undergone the dramatic shift during the COVID-19 pandemic that some might think but have gradually become more positive since the 2016 EU referendum, according to new ICM research.

The reset moment: immigration in the new parliament

'The reset moment: immigration in the new parliament' by British Future and the Policy Institute at King's College London, draws on new ICM research into public attitudes to immigration and integration.

The Australian points system: what does the public think?

New ICM research for British Future finds out what the public thinks a new points-based immigration system should prioritise.

Is the Government on-point with an Australian-style immigration system?

People think of the 'Australian points system' for immigration as a selective policy that does let people in. It could be popular with voters - but can it work in the UK?