New research shows immigration policies and laws affect how much money people are willing to pay for their homes

Legal, current events and immigration have been linked to the cost of buying a house in Britain.

A study by Cambridge University and the London School of Economics found that, if Britain were to make a change in its immigration policies, it would mean that fewer people would buy a home in the country.

The findings have prompted the government to set up a review of immigration policy and the number of foreign nationals in the UK, which will look at the impact of the country’s immigration system on the economy.

The study found that people were willing to spend more on homes if immigration policies changed.

The study, which was conducted in the US, also found that if immigration was increased, prices would go up for people who are more likely to buy a house.

The Government has said it would consider all options to boost housing supply in Britain, including allowing people to stay in the EU, the introduction of a “Buy Britain” scheme to help foreign buyers, and increasing the number and type of stamp duty stamps required for buying a home.

However, a spokesperson for the Department for Communities and Local Government said: “If we want to help people buy a property in the future, we need to change the immigration system to encourage more people to move to the UK.”

The spokesperson said the government had been considering all options, including a “buy Britain” policy, which would allow foreign nationals to stay permanently in the United Kingdom.