It reviews 'Which way up' by Nick Boles producing some interesting proposals on the limits of social policy towards immigrants, including
- A cap on non-EU immigrants of between 20,000 & 50,000 per year.
- A surety deposit from all non-EU immigrants repaid once taxes have been paid for a number of years or forfeited for any legal offences or if no taxes have been paid.
- For EU migrants the UK should enforce the Directive which only requires a member state to allow free movement for the purpose of residence supported by work income or independent means. "Whenever a migrant from within the EU applies to a central or local government authority for benefits or housing or part of the NHS for non-emergency healthcare, that authority should be required to check whether the individual in question has a job or sufficient funds to support themselves in the UK. If they don't, they should be told to leave the country..."
- No-one should be eligible for social housing until they have lived here for five years.