Lib Dem leader Tim Farron also said the about-face shows 'Theresa May is happy to dance to Ukip's tune and only ask the difficult questions later'
Steve Hilton says there is 'a darkness at the heart of Theresa May's government'
Ministers now say the data will not be published
Whenever an elite is unjust, anywhere in the world, from South Africa to Chile to Saudi Arabia, it’s been the Conservative Party that has bravely fought them by selling them weapons and inviting their leaders to dinner
'Behind discussions of numbers and rules and criteria, there lies people and home and families,' Ms Davidson tells Tory Conference
Just how many migrant workers are there in the UK? What do they contribute economically? And what is the impact on the rest of the workforce and the wider economy?
One leading business figure said it seemed the Government now sees having a global workforce as, a “badge of shame”
Lord Rees brands Amber Rudd's speech to the Conservative conference on restricting overseas workers “deplorable”
The International Trade Secretary said Brexit would not make the UK more ‘inward looking’
On the anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street, three people face charges of 'violent disorder' after disrupting the activities of immigration officers seizing a man from a shop on East Street in south east London
The Home Secretary said the government would not 'waver' in its drive to push down the number of people arriving in the UK
Obama's DAPA programme promised to lift the threat of deportation from 4 million undocumented immigrants - now, the task of immigration reform falls to the next president
Signs of division on Labour's front bench as Shadow Education Secretary says immigration system is 'chaos' and 'controls are needed'
Departing Shadow Home Secretary warns Labour will be abandoning its own supporters if it 'argues for the status quo'
PM accused of playing up significance of 'benefits tourism' during her tenure as Home Secretary
Former Shadow Cabinet minister says voters want end to freedom of movement