Four in 10 Britons “fear” immigration, poll says Britons are most worried about immigration, says a survey
Eastern Eye Staff
BRITAIN is the country most worried about immigration and border control, according to a global survey published yesterday (13) as the government vowed to crack down on migration as it prepares to leave the European Union. Forty-two per cent of Britons surveyed said they feared immigration, compared to 41 per cent in Germany and 33 per cent in Sweden, which both have taken much larger numbers of migrants in proportion to their population than the UK. Britain will trigger the formal process to leave the EU by March 2017 after 52 per cent of Britons voted in June to leave…
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