Fact: Just 3.3 per cent of the world’s population are migrants, little more than in 1990. Even within the EU, where citizens are free to live wherever they want, only 2.8 per cent reside outside their own country
The Green MP said migration was a 'two-way street'
This is not a new kind of politics. It is politics with the politics stripped out. It’s the politics of losing
Putting immigration front and centre was a calculated move, but many of the assertions of Leave campaigners have been challenged. With just two days to go, we examine the claims and counter-claims made on this critical issue
The Yorkshire MP's final message says: 'We can do far more to deal with the pressures caused by migration from inside the EU'
Brendan Cox says politicians all too often accepted the framing of the populist right wing on immigration
Justice Secretary told ‘we are not the enemy – we are your friends’ by woman who has lived in England for 14 years
Last year, the chief prisons inspector called Yarl's Wood 'a place of national concern' following concerns over alleged sexual abuse and intimidation of women detained there
The UN said officials ‘at the highest levels of government’ were responsible for human rights violations
David Cameron should devote a speech to the issue of immigration so that voters know he is listening to them. He might not convince them all, but he needs to try
While we are successful, we are a magnet for energetic people seeking a better life. The issues migration causes are first world problems – and we know how to fix them
The decision has been called 'totally and utterly nonsensical' by one MP
The former Greek finance minister has backed Britain remaining in the EU
The big EU questions: With a month to go before the potentially epoch-making vote on British membership of the EU, the debate so far has been characterised by bias, distortion and exaggeration. So from now until the referendum we will be running a series of question and answer features that will explain the most important issues involved in a detailed, dispassionate way to help inform your decision
The one sure way of hitting David Cameron’s foolish net immigration target would be to trash the economy
Half the British people say they could never forgive their former Prime Minister for what he did wrong