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report by the University College, London has suggested that immigrants have made significant input towards public finances. It is estimated that since the year 2000, the government has received £25bn in taxes from immigrants in the UK.

The findings also claimed that immigrants who arrived in the UK after 1999 are 45% less inclined to receive benefits or tax credits than UK nationals between the period 2000 and 2011.

This study comes only weeks after the Home Secretary Theresa May unveiled a bill in parliament, which intends to toughen the government’s stance on immigration.

Professor Christian Dustmann and Tommaso Frattini from UCL’s Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration who spearheaded the report have said that, contrary to public opinion, the increase in immigration had benefitted the economy.

Dustmann also stated that: “Our study also suggests that over the last decade or so, the UK has benefited fiscally from immigrants from EEA countries, who have put in considerably more in taxes and contributions than they received in benefits and transfers”.

However, it seems not every one is convinced. Migration Watch’s Sir Andrew Green said the report had been twisted and does not encompass periods between 1995 and 2000 where it was found that immigrants “made a negative contribution overall”. He also added that the report is somewhat biased and neglects certain key considerations.

“The real issue for the future is the very large numbers of low-paid immigrants from eastern Europe”, he said.

He added: “The report looks backwards but doesn’t look forwards. The professor’s report does not take into account – no doubt for good reason – future health costs as migrants get older nor the pension bill, which is huge.”

It is thought that this report will not be well received by Theresa May who has in recent weeks been forced back pedal on two immigration policies. Firstly, she was forced to abandon plans to continue with the usage of ‘go home or face arrest’ vans. Just a few days later, the government revealed that plans to make ‘high-risk foreigners’ pay £3,000 security bond when coming into the UK had been shelved.

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