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
'We need more teachers in their native language in a situation already marked by the shortage'
A number of sexual violence allegations have previously been made against Yarl's Wood. Serco, who operate the centre, deny that such incidences are widespread
Justin Welby said to be anxious about 'one of the greatest movements of people in human history' was 'very reasonable'
Business school dean tells report: 'The UK has become less attractive than the US, Canada or Australia'
Study finds hopes of young migrants arriving in Britain after often arduous journeys are all too quickly shattered
'I’ve told you I have trained three-year-olds and four-year-olds in immigration law'
The nature and tone of how Republicans debate immigration is almost unrecognisable from the eighties.
UNHCR warns of 24,000 refugees who need accommodation in Greece, about 8,500 of them at the border with Macedonia