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We do not accept the conclusions reached by Middlesex University. We estimate that the minimum income threshold under the family Immigration Rules implemented on nine July 2012 will benefit the taxpayer by £660 million over 10 years. This includes both the benefits from expected savings in public services and also the costs of the reduction in taxes paid by migrant spouses and partners. The Middlesex University analysis does not include the public service savings and so underestimates the benefit of the Government's policy.