In Brexit’s wake, it’s not xenophobic to want responsible immigration policy in Canada

If one is to rely on the editorial aftermath of the Brexit vote for proper analysis, then one could be forgiven for concluding that more than 17 million people in the United Kingdom are against all immigration. It’s possible however—and indeed likely—that many of these 17 million voters are immigrants themselves, and many more are not xenophobic, but are merely reacting to the manner in which the European Union (EU) has been (mis)managing the flow of migrants into the U.K. and other EU member countries in recent years.In fact, an IPSOS poll taken in Britain only days before the referendum

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