Ted Christie-Miller writes in the Times about Onward’s recent report on climate change and migration, he writes:
The world is currently on track for 2.7 degrees warming. This will mean higher sea levels, longer droughts and more wildfires. Hundreds of millions will be displaced. Most of this movement will probably be within the country of origin, but some are likely to cross borders and journey to Europe and the UK.
Voters understand this link between climate change and migration. New polling from the think tank Onward found that by a ratio of two to one, more people agree than disagree that “climate change will lead to more refugees wanting to come and live in the UK”.
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