Levels of immigration to the United Kingdom may, at times, rise depending on industries and public services need to hire migrant workers, said David Davis, the Brexit Secretary.
Suggesting that Britain’s decision to leave the European Union would not limit net migration much, Davis was of the belief that the target of Tories to bring down net migration could be achieved as part of a ‘sustainable’ policy.
ITV cited Davis as telling the BBC that he did not feel that most people were against migration, but were fine with if it were managed properly.
Davis said that in the national interest, the net migration levels would vary depending on the requirements of the country to recruit migrant workers. He added that it would be a win-win situation for the UK citizens as well as the migrants.
According to him, the Government has to decide what sustainable levels are. Asked whether cutting down net migration to fewer than 100,000 was still applicable, Davis believed that the UK could get there if it manages the net migration properly now.
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