Source: British Telecom
A total of 558,000 people came from other countries to the UK last year - a rise of almost a quarter (24%) compared with the previous year, according to preliminary data compiled by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Of the 27 other nations analysed in the think-tank's International Migration Outlook, only Israel and the Czech Republic recorded larger year-on-year rises at 36% and 38% respectively. La suite.
Voir également l'article du Daily Telegraph.