23 December 2010

A plan

The British Conservatives are struggling to fulfill their promise of halving net immigration, largely because "half of Britain’s long-term immigrants are Europeans entitled to enter freely" (The Economist).

Here's a plan - if the goal is cutting net immigration - why not try giving a little nudge to some of those one in three Britons who want to leave the country?

1 comment:

Matt said...

Yessss -all for it

Although what happens if willingness to leave is also correlated with a pro-immigration stance? The median voter becomes more anti-immigration as more people leave = a larger demand for reduced net immigration = more nudging = *Total depopulation* except for a single BNP voter.

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