British want reduction on immigration

Sixty-nine percent of the British public want a reduction in the number of immigrants, particularly asylum seekers and those working in low skilled jobs, according to a survey from Oxford University. The majority of those interviewed were comparatively unconcerned by largely skilled workers who move to the UK.

The area of biggest concern is the one the government cannot control, as most low skilled workers are from the European Union so have the right to work in the country.

Read more at University of Oxford