Posted by RDN under Uncategorized on 5 December 2013. No comments.
The Call Kaye programme asked me what I thought about immigration in view of the news that Scotland had experienced a 300,000 net immigration in a decade. I said immigration is a mixed blessing and that England, having experienced a lot of it, was within its rights to now want a bit of a breather, to benefit both incomers and “hosts” (yes, I can convey inverted commas on steam radio). What followed rather surprised me. It should not have, and would not have had I read Iain Martin’s excellent piece on immigration (and Scotland, and the Union) in Standpoint (December 2013)….. More »