Migration: The BBC's Danny Shaw will answer your questions

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Do you have a question about immigration? A report today suggests immigrants from the 10 countries which joined the EU in 2004 have had a positive affect on the UK economy.

The report from University College London's Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration says they added £4.96bn more in taxes in the years to 2011 than they took out in public services.

However, Migration Watch says over a longer period of time, immigrants cost the public purse more than they put in.

Do you have a question about immigration? Should our borders be more flexible or should we have more restrictions?

The BBC's Home Affairs correspondent Danny Shaw will answer a selection of your questions on the News Channel at 1330 GMT, followed by a live Twitter Q and A on @DannyShawBBC.

Thank you for your questions, here is a web version: Q&A: Danny Shaw on immigration

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