When you pander to anti-immigration views, you are feeding conspiracy theories

By Nesrine Malik

A report by the Henry Jackson society on conspiracy theories around immigration makes for spirit-sapping reading. Not only do most voters in the UK and the US think that immigration is a bad thing, they think that there is a deliberate campaign to change the ethnic nature of the country. There is also a belief that politicians that speak up against immigration are silenced or treated unfairly, and that there is information on immigration that is being hidden or suppressed.

Read the full article in the New Statesman.

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