Latest international migration data confirms previous suggestion of a ‘Brexodus’ by EU citizens from Britain, a year since the nation’s decision to leave the European bloc.
Figures from the United Kingdom’s Office of National Statistics (ONS) released November 30 revealed that 230,000 more people came to live in Britain than left, the lowest figure in three years which observers are tying to the Brexit referendum result of June 2016.
Net long-term international migration fell to +230,000 in the year to June 2017, down 106,000 from the recent peak of +336,000: https://t.co/rCbVmfhNlZ pic.twitter.com/o1qppO6zzv
— ONS (@ONS) November 30, 2017
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Source: EU Times