LONDON (Reuters) – Net migration to Britain from the European Union fell to its lowest level since 2009 at 57,000 in the year to September 2018, official data showed on Thursday.
By contrast, net migration of non-EU citizens rose to 261,000, the highest estimate since 2004.
In total, some 283,000 more people moved to Britain than left it during the year to September 2018, the largest net migration figure in nearly a year, the Office for National Statistics said.
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