Despite a chronic labour shortage, Japan’s immigration policy remains tough. Nowhere is this clearer than in the treatment of those seeking refugee status under ‘provisional release’
According to think tank Britain Future, athletes whose immediate family came to Britain from overseas won 24 of the 65 medals Britain claimed in the 2012 Games
'She came back with marks on her arms and neck. Later the girl described how she was sexually abused. It has scarred a seven-year-old child for life'
The analysis measured sentiment towards refugees expressed on Twitter
'They need a clear perspective following Brexit in order not to endanger their residence with us,' says the party's chair
'I want the UK Government to give us what they promised us when they enticed us to sell our homes and bring that equity to the UK,' says father
All of England and Wales' Police Commissioners have been written to
Stephen Jackson has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison for trying to sail 17 Albanian men into Chicester marina
'I suspect that Jeremy has got a rather more metropolitan sense of that and that's not one I think is central to the Labour tradition'
When politicians speak of a need to ‘control’ EU immigration, we should be asking why. The evidence shows that free movement of people is working for all of us
Perhaps Britain will find, in the uncertain new world it has chosen to live in, that it cannot implement Boris Johnson’s policy on cake – 'pro having it and pro eating it'. Easy as a backbencher, or even mayor of London; not so easy as Foreign Secretary
Prime Minister reportedly sees tougher regulation on universities as way of reducing net migration
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Children are being sent back to a centre resembling a prison
Pledge to continue with policy comes after Home Secretary Amber Rudd would only say she aims to bring immigration down to ‘sustainable levels’
Some 53 per cent of Britons believe the union will break up in the next decade