Most Britons believe non-English speaking immigrants should be barred from benefits

London, July 20 (ANI): A recent survey has revealed that 78 percent Britons believe that non-English speaking immigrants should be barred from the welfare system to claim benefits.

The Daily Express reports that 80 percent people in UK think that the number of immigrants coming to Britain should be cut down in coming years.

Vision Critical poll has found out that 37 percent of those surveyed believe immigrants come to the UK to get state benefits, while 30 percent think they come to claim asylum.

However, the Office for Budget Responsibility has said that UK will need seven million migrants in the next 50 years to keep down national debt, the report added. (ANI)

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