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Jonathan Portes

Professor of Economics, King's College London; Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe. New boo · wikipedia · twitter

Educated at:

University of Oxford · Princeton University · Balliol College



Immigrants are net contributors (tax paid vs. benefits received) in their host country agreed by Jonathan Portes · 20 Jul 2018
HMRC has also published important new data about the fiscal contribution made by recently arrived EEA nationals, showing that they paid more than £3bn in taxes on income while claiming about £0.5bn in HMRC benefits. This provides further confirmation that EU migrants have made a strongly positive contribution to the UK economy and public finances. source
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