Policy would enable immigration officials to view peoples' Facebook, Twitter and Youtube accounts during visa applications
Danish People's Party says going to church would put new arrivals 'on the right track'
One purported victim of 'sex rioting mob' was not in city at time of alleged attack
Celebrities and campaigners accuse Prime Minister of ‘slamming the door shut after just 350 children have reached safety’
'A 'refugee' used to be someone that we had empathy for...Now we're afraid of them'
'Britain is not Farage, it’s people who do amazing things'
Exclusive: 'Alarming' research shows almost two thirds of migrants 'violently' forced to move
Exclusive: Move condemned as ‘marking new low’ in Government’s handling of crisis
Country joins alliance of 16 countries creating 'border defence project' for external EU boundary
Charities are warning an even greater influx could be on the horizon with Donald Trump in the White House
Anas Modamani, 19, is seeking a landmark injunction stopping the spread of defamatory posts
Internal email said groups of asylum seekers could trigger 'undesirable interactions'
United Nations warns stranding thousands in Libyan warzone would not be 'humane solution'
'Refugees are men, women and children caught in the fury of war, or the cross hairs of persecution. Far from being terrorists, they are often the victims of terrorism themselves'
Malcolm Turnbull described the conversation as ‘frank and candid’
White House says President will honour predecessor's pledge to resettle up to 1,250 people