Come along on the 18th May 2017 for a screening of the Hollywood classic ‘Pete Kelly’s Blues’, and a discussion about old Hollywood.
The second event on the 20th May 2017 will include a stunning performance from the orchestra in full swing, fine comedy from Rising Award Winning Comedy Stars of Clapham Comedy Club and a Q&A session with a Doctors of the World volunteer who will answer questions about the frontlines of the refugee crisis.
Latest ONS provisional figures show that in the year ending September 2016:
a. long-term immigration to the UK was 596,000 and long-term emigration was 323,000 b. net migration was therefore 273,000 c. long-term immigration for study was 126,000 (87,000 were non-EU nationals) d. long-term emigration for former students was 62,000 (41,000 were non-EU nationals)
The ONS comments therefore ‘...if all international students emigrated from the UK after their studies and immigration for study was remaining at similar levels, then we’d expect the immigration and emigration figures to be similar‘. There is therfore pressure to examine the statistical differences revealed.
This progressive analysis has revealed that, in the government domain, there exists no single data resource that can answer the question ‘…what do students do after their studies if so few are emigrating?‘