Woman in her 70s reportedly told to get private health insurance and reapply in five years' time
Immigrants slam 'hostile' process as ministers continue to refuse to guarantee rights
Durham Constabulary chief constable Mike Barton says scheme makes 'good sense'
'I did nothing wrong. I don't have a criminal record. Someone should have a heart'
Irene Clennell has two sons and a granddaughter in the UK, but she has been sent back to Singapore because her ill husband does not earn enough to sponsor her visa
Number of people applying for asylum in Britain falls for first time in six years, despite increasing number of people across the world fleeing their homes
Former unaccompanied minors who were 'traded like cattle by smugglers' trying to get to Britain pen public letter pleading with ministers to protect unaccompanied minors whose lives are at risk
U-turn came after up to 400 unaccompanied minors made their way back to the so-called Calais Jungle in recent weeks
'No one should be left homeless after fleeing the devastating conflict in Syria or persecution in Eritrea,' says Red Cross chief executive Mike Adamson
New agreement has 'maximised' Home Office powers 'to the absolute limit' former head of NHS Digital says
Exclusive: Assessments by social workers allege children, one of whom is known to have attempted suicide, are not being fed properly and have no access to psychological support
Teaching bodies criticise labour market review as authors conclude teacher shortages are 'not an occupation-wide problem'
Expanded pilot scheme follows move at St George's Hospital in London to make pregnant women prove their right to use health service before giving birth
Within hours of the immigration minister floating the levy idea - and after fierce criticism - Downing Street insists it will not happen
The man, known only as 'G', arrived in Britain on a fake French passport 21 years ago
A lawyer for the children said they were upset and liable to run away in light of the decision