News The Prime Minister's authority was challenged by his own backbenchers as they demanded a tougher line on deporting foreign criminals from Britain

More than 80 backbenchers had demanded a tougher line on deporting foreign criminals from Britain

Crown Princess Elisabeth (second from the left) with (left to right) Prince Gabriel, Princess Eleonore and Prince Emmanuel

Armed protection for Belgium's Crown Princess Elisabeth after neo-Nazi threat

Letter to newspaper read: 'This is no joke'

Onyango Obama, at the time of his arrest in 2011

President Barack Obama's uncle allowed to stay in the US

Asked about his family, Onyango Obama told the court: 'I do have a nephew. Barack Obama. He's the president of the United States'

Woman with IQ of 49 ‘was targeted for sham marriage’

A man from Pakistan sought to bolster his immigration case, judges decide

Back to square one: Isa Muaza’s botched deportation reflects badly on Britain

Ms May should reconsider her approach to this case, and to others like it

Supporters of Mr Isa Muaza, who is being held in the medical unit at the Harmondsworth detention centre near Heathrow, described his treatment as 'inhuman'

Hunger-striking asylum seeker Isa Muaza back in UK after botched removal in private jet

Lawyers for a gravely-ill Nigerian hunger striker are to make a fresh attempt to halt his deportation after he endured a botched removal from Britain involving a 20-hour flight on a private jet hired at a cost of up to £110,000.

The Harmondsworth Immigration Detention centre where Isa Muazu was detained

Fears for hunger striker Isa Muazu as he is deported to Nigeria

A man who spent nearly 100 days on hunger strike in immigration detention has been deported back to Nigeria after failed Court of Appeal attempts to remain in the UK.

Immigration stats are bad news for the Government, but worse news for Britain

Reducing the number of foreign students runs directly against the UK's best interests

A visa is crucial if you're planning on working abroad - and it can also be necessary even if you're just popping in for a few days

We should be encouraging students to enter Britain, not tightening our visa requirements

Strict visa rules are turning students away

Some 503,000 people immigrated to the UK in the year ending June

Net migration on rise despite David Cameron's pledge to cut numbers by election

But actual number of migrants entering UK fell slightly to 503,000 in year to end of June

A handout picture made available by the US Coast Guard and taken from a Coast Guard helicopter shows some 100 Haitians sitting on the hull and mast of a sail freighter after it grounded and capsized off the coast of the Bahamas

Up to 30 feared dead as migrants' sailing boat capsizes in Bahamas

Vessel from Haiti was 'overloaded and unseaworthy' says US Coast Guard

The Harmondsworth Immigration Detention centre where Isa Muazu is detained

'Close to death' hunger striker faces imminent deportation after court defeat

A man who is "close to death" after being on hunger strike in immigration detention for three months could be sent back to Nigeria on Wednesday after his case failed in the Court of Appeal.

The Harmondsworth Immigration Detention centre where Isa Muazu is detained

'Close to death' hunger striker loses appeal for ruling that he is being held unlawfully in immigration detention centre

A 'close to death' hunger striker has lost a Court of Appeal bid for a ruling that he is being unlawfully held in an immigration detention centre pending attempts to remove him from the UK.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May

Theresa May could face MPs over failed Nigerian asylum seeker Isa Muazu's hunger strike

Theresa May could face Parliament over the case of a detained Nigerian man on hunger strike since his asylum application was rejected.

Chad Morris is facing deportation back the US following a ruling from an immigration tribunal

Texan special needs worker Chad Morris faces deportation after 'absurd' tribunal ruling

30-year-old forced to leave his job after appeal to remain was denied at an Immigration and Asylum Chamber tribunal

Hunger striker Isa Muazu loses release bid

A hunger striker who is "near death" has failed to win temporary freedom pending his appeal court challenge to being held in an immigration detention centre.

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