The government is in damage control mode as they prepare for record-breaking net migration figures for 2022.
Net migration for 2022 is expected to be more than 700,000 - the highest level on record, and could well be more than double what it was pre-Brexit.
Critics argue that the government has lost control of migration, fearing electoral repercussions.
As the figures loom, the government's commitment to reducing net migration will face scrutiny, sparking fresh debates and questioning their actions
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