Pro-EU campaigners accused the group of 'fudging the facts', while analysts questioned the report's methodology
For the last thirty years, the Schengen system has allowed people to travel between 26 countries without border stops or passports
16 million Indians live outside the country they were born in
Migration is something that can be difficult for Australians to talk about. One group is looking to change that
But his demands are likely to be strongly resisted by EU leaders, many who see freedom of movement as a core EU principle that must not be compromised
Many sent from UK orphanages to populate former colonies were abused and never knew their families - Gordon Brown apologised but survivors want more
A V&A exhibition sheds light on the fate of the post-war children sent from orphanages to Canada, Rhodesia and Australia
'When I play with FC Lampedusa, I don't feel like I'm alone'
Photos showed men and women, some with young children, waving their tickets in the air outside the station as they chanted "Germany, Germany"
Go Pro footage has been released showing traffickers smuggling as many migrants as possible onto the back of jet-skis
Driver Lawrence Bourne is outraged that his appeal to the Home Office has been rejected
Why are ministers so resistant to provide this limited help?
The United Nations refugee agency is warning that planned immigration laws could create a climate of “ethnic profiling” and stigmatise refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.
Since 2005, patrol agents and CBP officers have killed some 42 people along the US-Mexican border without facing any public consequences – or any large-scale media coverage
Former UK ambassador to Japan says talk of ‘drawbridge Britain’ is deterring growing economies from investing here
The move by Geert Wilders of the Dutch Freedom Party and Marine Le Pen of France’s National Front, came ahead of next year's elections which EU officials fear will bring a surge in support for nationalist and xenophobic parties