“The bottom line, which may surprise many people, is that EU immigration has not harmed the pay, jobs or public services enjoyed by Britons"
Discrepancy between official figures and NI numbers had been called a 'con' on British public - but after a months-long investigation, Office for National Statistics says it is nothing of the sort
The former DWP secretary said the union helped the 'haves' rather than the 'have-nots'
Peter Dutton accuses refugee advocates of giving those fleeing war or persecution false hope they will be settled
South Sudanese man is being detained after allegedly falsifying information on a visa application
The Law Society said there is a 'serious risk' the plans could prevent many people from challenging incorrect Home Office decisions
Solider's family say they have repeatedly asked the far-right group not to use him in their campaigns
The men are accused of having links to Al Qaeda
The revelations raise new questions about the government’s appetite for the removal of basic rights to privacy
Leicestershire police rescued 15 people from the back of a lorry after seven-year-old Ahmed raised the alarm
A petition for the IDs garnered 10,000 signatures
There was an 11 per cent increase in suicide attempts at detention centres in 2015 than the previous year
The Culture Secretary has been criticised over the claims
NASUWT is urging Theresa May to exempt teachers from the controversial proposals
The Government's fiscal watchdog says hitting the Tories' immigration target would wipe out any Budget surplus
'The system is simply not working,' says Yvette Cooper, chair of Labour's refugee taskforce