Migration | Return to Mythbust page Tweet Share 0 +1 LinkedIn 0 Email Leave camp’s “Australian system” won’t hit migration targ... by Hugo Dixon | 10.06.2016 Here are 6 reasons why Vote Leave is misleading voters by saying it would cut net migration to tens of thousands. Leave camp’s migration forecast baloney by Hugo Dixon | 10.06.2016 Vote Leave’s forecast that net migration will be 5 million by 2030 rests on a series of baseless assumptions. Free movement doesn’t mean we don’t control our borders by Luke Lythgoe | 07.04.2016 We’re not in passport-free Schengen Area and so haven’t lost control of borders. That hasn’t stopped Outers muddling the issues brilliantly. Brexit will make schools crisis worse not better by Luke Lythgoe | 08.06.2016 Government is to blame for lack of school places. Wealth created by EU migrants can help solve it. Brexit would mean less money not more. EU immigrants aren’t taking Brits’ jobs by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 01.06.2016 Researchers at Oxford, the LSE and NIESR agree; immigration doesn’t affect British employment. Meanwhile, Brexit would hit jobs. Expats couldn’t be sure of rights post Brexit by George Peretz | 07.04.2016 Britons living elsewhere in the EU would find themselves in an uncertain position if we quit the EU. Quitting EU would hurt, not help low paid by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 10.05.2016 EU migration hasn’t put “colossal downward pressure on wages”. What’s more, Brexit could cause economic turmoil, hitting the low paid hard. Turks won’t get visa-free travel to Britain by Luke Lythgoe | 04.05.2016 The deal between the EU and Turkey offers visa-free travel to the Schengen Area, which Britain isn’t a member of. Quitting EU wouldn’t solve housing crisis by Luke Lythgoe | 30.04.2016 Bad policies are the main culprit. While Brexit might cut migration a bit, it would destroy wealth that could be used to build new homes. Turkey won’t join EU in 2020 by Luke Lythgoe | 06.04.2016 Turkey has a long way to go before it can join EU - if, indeed, it ever does. Irish border won’t be unchanged by Brexit by Jack Schickler | 07.04.2016 UK and Ireland have enjoyed passport-free travel for almost a century. Brexit would put it into question.