From rocketing house prices to record employment: an analysis of the one-nation Tory
The Prime Minister-in-waiting's campaign speech earlier today sounded as much like that of a Labour politician as a Conservative one, but for a clearer insight into Theresa May's ideas, go back to her conference speech last October
The Chancellor is on his way to Wall Street - he could jet off to New York, Singapore and China for talks with investors over the next few weeks
However two thirds of Leave voters said EU immigration needed to be reduced whatever the consequences for single market access
If renegotiating our relationship with the European Union means tightening visa rules, 88 per cent of Europeans living and working in the UK will no longer qualify to hold their own job
When we leave the EU, there will be an inevitable trade-off between freedom of movement and access to the single market – whatever Brexiteers insist
More than 60 per cent of respondents said they thought the NHS is being stretched by immigration
A tumultuous week in politics has coincided with a spike in the number of reported hate crimes
'Medical involvement in torture is often discussed in terms of what happens or has happened elsewhere, in some imagined country far away, under a military dictatorship for example, or historically in Nazi Germany or Stalin’s Russia'
Research has long shown that the UK will be worse off without its immigrant workers
A photo that shows just how much the NHS relies on EU immigration has been shared by thousands of people
A London restaurateur reported rejecting an online dinner reservation due to the added request: "Do not send a European to my table, I want a British waiter." He's mistaken if he thinks our restaurant industry isn't propped up by Europeans
The Labour Party leader says the party cannot “duck the issue” of immigration
With the 2015 Immigration Act, forsaken EU directives to take in more refugees, Prevent and restrictions on spousal visas it is hard to see how the UK government could make things any worse
Le Touquet treaty means British border guards can check for immigrants illegally stowing away on the French side of the border
And does this spell the end of President Obama’s attempts at immigration reform?