NIESR report doesn’t mean Brexit will help the low paid by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 07.12.2016 Thinktank estimates that a cut in migration may put up their wages a tad - all things being equal. But they’ll be hurt in other ways. Leave camp distorts Bank of England migrant wage research by Jack Schickler | 12.06.2016 IDS says migration meant 10% wage drop in 2 years. Impact is about 1% since 2004 for less skilled service workers, the worst affected. Brexit might not help young people onto property ladder by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 02.06.2016 A damaged economy would mean lower house prices, but also higher youth unemployment. The two could cancel each other out. No, a Brexit won’t make you £21,000 better off. by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 23.03.2016 New World Wealth say low immigration, Commonwealth trade and regulatory bonfires will make us richer. They’re wrong.