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Migration ideas are rational and sensible - 22-11-2010
Dr John Philpott, Chief Economic Adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), believes that the report to government by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) on limits to skilled and highly skilled migrant workers seeking to enter the UK from outside the European Union contains rational and sensible recommendations:

"The MAC is to be congratulated for producing a rational evidence-based report on how a cap on migrant workers from outside the EU might contribute to meeting the coalition government's policy objective of reducing net migration to tens of thousands.





"The MAC rightly concludes that limits on work-related migration can realistically only play a relatively small role in curbing net migration. But the MAC is also right to conclude that visas issued to skilled and highly skilled migrants should be reduced by up to 25%. Although this will not be welcomed by some employers, the limits the MAC proposes to ministers show that a more selective approach to controlling skilled migration within the Points Based System will both enable most organisations to meet their skills needs and support the broader policy drive to improve the skills of the home grown workforce."






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