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Economic Affairs Committee
Report published on 21 July 2017. Government response published 7 November 2017. Awaiting debate.
The Government will struggle to take control of immigration post-Brexit unless major improvements are made to the quality of migration data upon which it currently relies, the Economic Affairs Committee says today in its report into Brexit and the Labour Market
Economic Affairs Committee publishes its report on Brexit and the Labour Market