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Dispatches Immigrants

Dispatches Immigrants

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WWW.IPPR.ORG
Britain’sImmigrants
Aneconomicprofile
AreportforClassFilmsandChannel4
Dispatches 
September2007©ippr2007
InstituteforPublicPolicyResearch
Challengingideas– Changingpolicy
 
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Contents
About ippr 2About this report 2Note on the data 2Acronyms and glossary 31. Introduction 42. Data sources and methodology 63. Recent trends in migration to the UK 84. Selecting immigrant groups 115. Socio-economic profile 176. Trends over time 327. Conclusions 43References 46
 
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About ippr
The Institute for Public Policy Research is the UK’s leading progressive think tank, producingcutting-edge research and innovative policy ideas for a just, democratic and sustainableworld.Since 1988, we have been at the forefront of progressive debate and policymaking in the UK.Through our independent research and analysis we define new agendas for change andprovide practical solutions to challenges across the full range of public policy issues.With offices in both London and Newcastle, we ensure our outlook is as broad-based aspossible, while our international and migration teams and climate change programme extendour partnerships and influence beyond the UK, giving us a truly world-class reputation for highquality research.
About this report
This report has been prepared for Class Films and Channel 4
Dispatches 
by DhananjayanSriskandarajah, Laurence Cooley and Tracy Kornblatt.The views expressed in this report do not necessarily represent the views of ippr, Class Filmsor Channel 4.
Note on the data
Material from the Labour Force Survey is Crown Copyright, has been made available byNational Statistics through the UK Data Archive and has been used by permission. NeitherNational Statistics nor the Data Archive bears any responsibility for the analysis orinterpretation of the data reported here.

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