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Net migration to the United Kingdom has fallen to 230,000, the lowest level since 2014, according to the Office for National Statistics’ quarterly migration numbers.
BAL Analysis: The historic decline in net migration may be an indication that EU nationals are leaving the U.K. at least in part due to the uncertainties caused by Brexit, and appears to reinforce business concerns of a drop in available skills and the availability of talent.
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