Social responsibility in good businesses demands vision, compassion and a willingness to stand up to bad politics on migration

Britain is a nation of immigrants, with a migrant-built economy. Many people now claimed as its own – from Huguenots and Jews to refugees of Amin’s Uganda – have faced inevitable short-term integration challenges and longer-term, low-level establishment xenophobia.

Despite continued abuses in human rights and working conditions that shame the modern state, the economic contribution of migrants is remarkable, thrown into sharp relief by news of an impending strike by Polish workers in Britain.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS