Theresa May has left the door open to a special Brexit deal on migration that would make it easier for EU citizens to come to the UK compared with people from elsewhere.
The Home Office must instigate major reforms or risk another Windrush scandal happening “all over again to others in future,” a powerful group of MPs has said.
Amnesty International has called on the Home Office to bring an end to “shameful” fees of over £1000 for UK-born children of immigrants to obtain citizenship.
MPs have rounded on the Home Office after it provided “no credible explanation” for twice detaining two children of the Windrush generation.
Britain is heading for the "very worst" Brexit deal because Theresa May is being undermined by some of her own ministers, Nick Timothy has declared.
Donald Trump performed his embarrassing U-turn on separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border after Theresa May told him off, Boris Johnson suggested today.
Senior MPs have called on the Home Office to urgently lower fees faced by those seeking access to asylum, immigration, nationality and customs services.
Greg Clark has warned Theresa May that restricting the access of workers to move freely around Europe after Brexit could be as damaging as a hard trade border.
The Government has refused to confirm that EU citizens living in the UK will be granted so-called ‘settled status’ in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Diane Abbott has written to Sajid Javid urging him to lay bare the full scale of deportations and detentions connected to the Windrush crisis.
Theresa May today branded Donald Trump’s child detention centres “deeply disturbing” and “wrong” but said his visit to the UK next month will go ahead as planned.
Downing Street has defended the UK’s "humane" approach to immigration in a swipe at America's new child detention centres.
The Government has set aside £500,000 to mark an annual ‘Windrush Day’.
Commenting on Government plans to relax the immigration cap, Punam Birly, Employment & Immigration Partner at KPMG UK said:
Please see below a statement from the Equality and Human Rights Commission on government's plans to relax immigration rules allowing more non-EU skilled workers into the UK.
Theresa May has been accused of a "U-turn" after ditching a policy she introduced limiting the number of non-EU doctors in the NHS.
The briefing provides an overview of the Commission’s principal concerns related to the impact of the Government’s various “hostile environment” policies in the health, housing, banking, education and other sectors, on vulnerable groups and those who share protected characteristics, including indirect impacts on refugees and asylum seekers.
Thousands more skilled workers from outside the EU will be allowed to come to the UK under plans set to be unveiled by Sajid Javid later this week.
The culture that has been allowed to seep into the fabric of many of our public institutions should shame us all. Putting it right will take more than warm words, writes Lord Bassam
After a year marked by the injustices of Windrush and Grenfell, David Lammy does not see the Prime Minister’s promised vision of One Nation – rather an administration lacking in humanity and guilty of incompetence. He tells Kevin Schofield why it’s time to call out the ‘pernicious’ attitudes which contributed to catastrophe
Theresa May’s plan to ease immigration caps to help fix NHS shortages will not be enough, ministers have warned.
Theresa May has insisted that the Government will cut net migration below 100,000 - despite mounting Tory calls for the target to be ditched.
Theresa May is reportedly preparing to lift the cap on doctors able to move to the UK from outside the EU within a matter of weeks.
Sajid Javid has said he is preparing to confront Philip Hammond over police funding to ensure forces are “properly resourced”.