Marley leads on IPPR’s work on migration and trade policy.
His research includes studies on the new points-based immigration system, the impacts of the 'hostile environment', the distributional effects of Brexit, and public attitudes to immigration and trade.
Marley is the author of numerous reports, articles and policy briefings on migration, Brexit and trade. He regularly provides expert analysis for the national and international press and for broadcast media, including appearances on BBC News, LBC, talkRADIO, Sky News, CNBC and Newsnight.
Prior to joining IPPR, Marley worked as a senior researcher at the consultancy and think tank Counterpoint, where his research focused on the populist radical right in Europe. Marley has an integrated master’s degree in maths and philosophy from Oxford University.
Marley Morris on BBC Scotland discussing the Rwanda ruling
A desperate act? Implications of the new safety of Rwanda billTensions are running high over the latest twist in the government’s ongoing Rwanda saga. The Home Office proposal to relocate to Rwanda people arriving in the UK by small boat – and others coming by irregular means – faced a major setback…
Marley Morris on BBC News discussing asylum and refugee policy