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Results from the Transatlantic Trends survey, published today, give a robust insight into what people in Britain think about immigration. The findings are striking, not least because the survey compares British attitudes with those of the Americans, French, Germans, Italians and Spanish.

The central message is that British citizens are deeply concerned about immigration, and are more so than their continental neighbours. In fact, the British are more than twice as likely as any…

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