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| Ian Robinson

UK Election Update: What the Democratic Unionist Party Says About Immigration

The UK General Election has ended with a hung Parliament and Conservative Party leader Theresa May will form a government with support from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). This means the DUP would support the government on financial matters like the Budget, and in confidence votes which would otherwise bring the government down.
 
But what does the party say about immigration in its manifesto? 
 
Read our summary of its thoughts and proposals for immigration from its manifesto, which was published before the election on 31 May 2017. It includes maintaining the Common Travel Area, free trade arrangements and focus on Commonwealth relations in Northern Ireland.
 
For further information, please contact Ian Robinson.