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More than 70 per cent of Britons want to see a cap on the number of work visas issued after Brexit, new survey suggests Survey said 71 per cent backed upper limit on migrants coming here on work visa Only 15 per cent of those surveyed opposed the idea, with the rest 'don't knows' In Tory-held marginal seats it rose to 76 per cent, survey of 1,500 people found

By David Barrett, Home Affairs Correspondent For The Daily Mail

Published: 01:26 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 07:25 GMT, 3 December 2019

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Alp Mehmet (pictured), chairman of Migration Watch, said: 'As usual, the sensible British public, in this case more than 30 million of them, are way ahead of the politicians'

Alp Mehmet (pictured), chairman of Migration Watch, said: 'As usual, the sensible British public, in this case more than 30 million of them, are way ahead of the politicians'

Seven out of 10 Britons support a cap on work permits after Brexit, according to a new poll.

The survey, conducted for Migration Watch UK, said 71 per cent backed an upper limit on migrants who are coming here on work visas. 

Only 15 per cent opposed the idea, with the rest 'don't knows'.

In Conservative-held marginal seats the figure rose to 76 per cent,

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