The former First Minister warned the PM wanted ‘a closed, intolerant, backward-looking society’
Stewart McDonald said ‘destitution’ was being used as an immigration control measure
SNP members attacked 'disgusting, disgraceful' rhetoric around foreigners
Excerpts of over 60 interviews with the President are published in a new 672-page book: “A President Should Not Say That: Secrets of Five Years in Office”
Ministers now say the data will not be published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
Policy also garners favour among majority of Labour voters
'Net migration reached a record high of 336,000 under Theresa May,' a Labour Tweet proudly boasted, '101,000 than when Tories came into office.' It felt like someone in Labour HQ wanted to take on the Tories at their own xenophobic game
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”
Return of 'the nasty party': Critics blast immigration proposals as ‘reckless, divisive and uncaring’
Prime Minister suggested doctors from overseas would only be welcome until more British doctors 'are able to be trained and come on board'
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
'Somebody promised to increase immigration from Australia, who would that be?'
Theresa May could more than quadruple her majority if a snap election were called, polls say