Brexit is Britain’s ‘ONCE in a LIFETIME’ chance to fix damage caused by immigration

“It must look at how communities can be bound together in shared experience, tackling social problems without first calling on the state, but via social bonds, charity, and philanthropy.

“A lack of social capital and life chances characterise our most deprived communities. 

“Addressing this situation must be the goal of the Prime Minister’s social reform programme.” 

While migration was a major factor in the Brexit decision, voters were not reacting to migrants themselves but rather the impact of population surges on wages and access to housing, schools and welfare, the report said.

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