Should Britain be more relaxed about immigration? | Markets and Morality | Ep.2

In this episode, host Emma Revell, IEA Head of Public Affairs, asks “Should Britain be more relaxed about immigration?”. Dr Kristian Niemietz, IEA Head of Political Economy, argues Brits are less worried about the economic impact of migration and more concerns about integration and cultural impacts be feel unable to express concerns for fear of being labelled racist. He is joined by Sam Armstrong, Director of Communications at the Henry Jackson Society, who believes a cap on numbers and a points-based system is a sensible way to limit numbers and partially assuage cultural concerns.