Opening our doors to Ukrainian refugees could have vast economic benefits
Julian Jessop comments for the Daily Express
Annabel Denham writes for The Spectator
Mark Littlewood writes for The Times
Mark argues that, in addition to the humanitarian obligation for a liberal immigration strategy, that allowing Ukrainian refugees ease of access to the UK could provide a much-needed boost to our labour force.
“A qualified driver on the underground in Kyiv has been earning £7,000 a year, about 10 per cent below the prevailing national average in Ukraine. One imagines that many of them would leap at the chance to transfer their skills to the London Tube network. This might be bad news for the small number of militant and affluent RMT members, but it would be good news for millions of others.”
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