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Report published on 28 July 2013, UK Statistics Authority response published 11 December 2013; Government Response published on 22 April 2014.
The Public Administration Select Committee conducted an inquiry into Migration statistics.
Westminster Hall debate on Public Administration Select Committee's report
UKSA publishes response to PASC report on migration statistics
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PASC holds evidence session on migration statistics
Public Administration Select Committee announce an inquiry into migration statistics