Irene Clennell has a British spouse, two children in their twenties who were born in the UK, even a grandchild. But of course, none of this matters to a government determined to get numbers down, one at a time
Home Secretary says they have settled thousands of children in the UK and the Dubs Amendment was only a 'one-off'
The Home Secretary says the Government will not consider any alterations, setting the stage for a fight in the upper House
The British Hospitality Association says restaurants have been unable to hire leading chefs from France and Italy – with some forced to shelve opening plans
Barbara Winton issues personal appeal to PM amid mounting storm over betrayal of Dubs Amendment, named after Labour peer whom her father saved from Nazi tyranny as a child
Letter comes after Home Secretary Amber Rudd suggested local authorities had been struggling to cope with financial pressures of humanitarian effort
‘Parliament has rejected our basic request to be treated like human beings, not bargaining chips’
Opinion seems to exist on a continuum which says refugees in Jordan or Lebanon need our help, but once they get close enough to our borders they suddenly become a potential threat
Copy of EU withdrawal bill described as a 'topical piece of unique political memorabilia to auction'
'I would observe that the difficulties to the UK are not caused by people coming from those countries' says Home Secretary
The President's immigration ban has sparked a worldwide backlash
Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson have been calling the US on Sunday
Vice-chancellors have accused the Home Office of slashing student numbers as a way to reduce net migration figures
Rail union Aslef planning three days of industrial action this week
If the stalker breaks conditions placed on them by a court, they could be jailed for up to five years
Three million EU citizens living in Britain will be required to have some form of documentation following Brexit, under a plan that could hit Government finances for £100m.