Immigration Policy After the Referendum: COSLA Conference

COSLA hosted a really interesting conference today on immigration policy in Scotland after the referendum. The discussion – which included Scottish Government Minister Humza Yousaf – explored Scottish Government aspirations to develop a more liberal immigration policy. Here are the slides from my presentation: COSLA presentation.

It was also covered in an article in this morning’s Herald – see also twitter debate under #migconf2014.

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