Sajid Javid has launched an impassioned plea for voters not to abandon the Conservatives at the upcoming local elections in the wake of the Windrush scandal.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable argues in the wake of the Windrush scandal that the electorate is more colour-blind than Westminster gives it credit for.
Amber Rudd is facing further pressure after a leaked memo suggests she was made aware of targets for immigration removals nearly a year ago - days after telling MPs they did not exist.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd is facing renewed calls to quit after admitting that her department does have targets for removing illegal immigrants from the UK - a day after denying that was the case in a grilling by MPs.
Amber Rudd’s claim that there is no target in place for the removal of illegal migrants has sparked confusion after it was refuted by the leader of Britain’s immigration workers union.
Former shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has accused Theresa May of shirking responsibility for the Windrush scandal, in a blistering attack in the Commons today.
Chair of the Bar Andrew Walker QC said:
The Government is facing fresh pressure after a leaked letter revealed that the impact of immigration policy changes on the so-called Windrush generation was known about at least two years ago.
Senior Tory ministers were among the “harshest critics” of Theresa May’s immigration policies under the coalition government, a former chair of the Conservative party has claimed.
A former cabinet minister in the coalition government has said Theresa May threw out proposals for a trade deal with India because of the country’s “modest” visa demands.
Theresa May has announced that Britain’s Windrush children will be entitled to compensation over their unfair treatment by the Home Office.
Amber Rudd said officials would have greater “teeth” to boost deportations of illegal migrants just months before the Windrush saga began, it has been reported.
Former Home Secretary Alan Johnson has said the destruction of Windrush landing cards was "an administrative decision" taken while he was Home Secretary in 2009.
After disbelief at the destruction of Windrush records, and concerns over a new taskforce, Floella Benjamin is resolute that British values will prevail
Ministers thought the tough immigration policies brought in by Theresa May were "almost reminiscent of Nazi Germany", the former head of the civil service has claimed.
More than 100 Windrush cases are now being looked into by the Home Office, it has emerged, as Labour accused Theresa May of trying to “shift the blame” over her handling of the controversy.
The decision to destroy the Windrush generation's landing papers was taken while Labour was in power, Theresa May has said.
Diane Abbott has said Amber Rudd should “consider her position” after the Home Secretary criticised officials in her own department over the Windrush scandal.
The Home Office is facing fresh pressure after it emerged thousands of documents relating to the Windrush generation were destroyed by the department in 2010.
Theresa May has apologised to Caribbean leaders over the treatment of the UK's so-called Windrush children, after an outcry over immigration troubles faced by the longstanding British residents.
Labour MP David Lammy has torn into ministers over the treatment of the so-called Windrush children - as the Home Secretary appeared to blame her own department for the controversy.
Theresa May is to meet with Caribbean leaders to discuss the plight of immigrants who arrived in the UK more than 50 years ago - as it emerged that some have been deported by mistake.
Downing Street has rejected an offer to meet Caribbean officials to discuss the plight of Britain’s Windrush generation, who migrated to the UK as children in the 1950s and 60s but who have now been warned they face deportation.
The Government has published the data behind the Housing Minister’s claim migration has pushed the cost of a house in the UK up by 20% over 25 years.