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Migrants don’t create low pay or insecurity for those living in poverty – the Government does, which is why they're trying to scapegoat them
The Home Secretary claimed the current process rewards the "wealthiest, the luckiest and the strongest
May was speaking on the third day of the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester
Home Secretary claims the fiscal effect of high immigration is at best 'close to zero'
Asians will become the largest immigrant group in the US by 2055, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
Out of America: Little hope for today’s huddled masses
In the final instalment of our series, Elena Gorokhova describes how she arrived to live in the US from Soviet Russia in 1980 and found her new country's unquestioning optimism and dizzying consumer choices strangely alienating
Figures show how restrictions are creating thousands of 'Skype families'
A leaked document appears to show a draft draw up by the Immigration Minister Scott Morrison
Plans by Theresa May could see terror suspects faced with being made stateless
In annual address, the President says 'too many Americans are working more than ever just to get by – let alone get ahead'
The hidden plight of women asylum seekers detained in Britain is exposed today as a major new report warns that female rape and torture victims are being locked up indefinitely, suffering from depression and being intimidated by male guards.
The Conservatives are winning the argument against Labour on welfare because the debate is no longer about how much money is spent, Iain Duncan Smith will claim today.
MPs and peers from both coalition parties urge Government to change its mind
The Home Office should be stripped of almost all its front-line responsibilities for monitoring human trafficking because of poor decision-making and shambolic data collection, a cross-party group of MPs is expected to recommend this week.
The Chief Inspector of Prisons said the system had "utterly failed" the "most vulnerable people in detention"