'We have not received any fresh application from the Brain family which would allow them to stay in the UK,' says Home Office
UK Border Force is 'clearly under-resourced,' says Home Affairs Select Committee report after a year-long inquiry
Exclusive: Revised Government policy described as ‘new charter for cruelty'
'They need a clear perspective following Brexit in order not to endanger their residence with us,' says the party's chair
Whether immigration is a good thing for the economy, or whether it is justified on social or cultural grounds, is not a question for a burger bar
MPs urged the Government to end uncertainty for British and EU citizens over their status
All three asylum seekers who carried out attacks this week had entered Germany long before the Chancellor announced her immigration policy last year
'I suspect that Jeremy has got a rather more metropolitan sense of that and that's not one I think is central to the Labour tradition'
The then-Prime Minister reportedly tried to persuade German chancellor to change stance in days before referendum
The president said it was essential that people were given the facts when deciding who to vote for
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With no action taken on the underlying causes of racism – dangerous political rhetoric and media sensationalism – we are left to deal with their consequences, as the rise in hate crime demonstrates
From rocketing house prices to record employment: an analysis of the one-nation Tory
The Prime Minister-in-waiting's campaign speech earlier today sounded as much like that of a Labour politician as a Conservative one, but for a clearer insight into Theresa May's ideas, go back to her conference speech last October
The Chancellor is on his way to Wall Street - he could jet off to New York, Singapore and China for talks with investors over the next few weeks