Immigrants benefit the cities in which they live

A report out last week from the Centre for Cities comments on Immigration as an urban issue. The policy briefing notes that the most economically successful cities attract the highest share of immigrants and that the cities with the highest levels of unemployment are the cities with some of the lowest shares of immigrants in the population.

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Peter Richardson

Peter Richardson

Peter is a freelance writer and former director of Leeds Asylum Seekers' Support Network. Find him on twitter @viewsofworld

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