Brexit immigration issues confound as the US economy adds 287,000 jobs
Payrolls in the United States climbed by 287,000 in June, exceeding even the highest estimates. And Theresa May, the UK PM frontrunner, has made some controversial statements. What will the next prime minister do about the immigration issue? Edward Harrison has the details. Ann Pettifor, director of Prime Economics, debates with David Coburn, UKIP European Parliament member from Scotland, on EU immigration issues with Edward as moderator.
After the break, Ameera David talks to Steve Hanke about the EU. Hanke believes if it doesn't get to grips with the immigration issue, the UK won't be the only country to leave. And in the Big Deal, Edward explains the relationship between short-term and long-term interest rates.
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