The Home Office has failed to keep track of hundreds of thousands of people who should have left the country in the past two years, a watchdog has revealed.
Theresa May has not yet discussed plans for post-Brexit immigration with her top ministerial team, Amber Rudd revealed today.
We need a serious delivery plan in place for post-Brexit skills and immigration policy, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has said in response to the Migration Advisory Committee’s Interim update.
Gary Connor looks ahead to this week’s agenda in the Upper Chamber
Ahead of Angus MacNeil’s Refugee Family Reunion Bill's second reading today, Labour MP Lisa Nandy calls for MPs to back the Bill and change the rules on reuniting refugees with their family members.
Jeremy Corbyn has said Brexit will put a stop to firms “importing cheap labour” to undercut the wages of UK workers.
As pressure is building from NGOs and opposition parties for a time-limit on detention, Alison Harvey, immigration barrister at No5 Chambers, gives her analysis of the latest developments in policy and practice.
The Bar Council has warned that a change in the UK’s data laws could let the Home Office off the hook for making incorrect decisions that can see people wrongly deported or detained.
From opposition to detention centres to rhetoric on immigration, we know what Labour are against when it comes to home affairs. But what proposals are the party putting forward? Emilio Casalicchio talks to Diane Abbott to find out
The Government has announced a major U-turn on citizens' rights to give EU nationals who arrive during the Brexit transition period the right to remain indefinitely in the UK.
A former Tory health secretary has called on Theresa May to lift the visa cap limiting the number of foreign workers that can be recruited to the NHS every year, or risk a staffing crisis.
The National Federation of Builders responds to Theresa May's supposed changed stance on the legal position of EU migrants who arrive in the UK during the transition period.
Theresa May is reportedly preparing to bow to Brussels and allow EU migrants who arrive in the UK during the Brexit transition period permanent residency.
Net migration from the EU dropped by 75,000 in the year to September 2017 - falling below 100,000 for the first time in four years, official figures revealed today.
Diane Abbott today said EU nationals who come to the UK during the Brexit transition period will have the right to bring future partners to the country under a Labour government.
Diane Abbott will today announce plans to end the break-up of migrant families resulting from Britain’s immigration rules.
MPs have said they are "increasingly alarmed" at the lack of preparation for extra post-Brexit checks at the UK's border.
Work on a new system to register EU migrants who come to the UK after March 2019 has "barely begun", according to worried Home Office officials.
Britain is "likely" to have a new immigration system in place by the time it leaves the European Union, the Home Secretary has said.
International students could be excluded from UK immigration numbers, the Prime Minister has suggested.
Guy Verhofstadt has rejected Theresa May’s plan to end free movement when the UK leaves the EU next year, saying citizens’ rights during the post-Brexit transition period are “not negotiable”.
Theresa May has vowed to end free movement on the day Britain quits the European Union - teeing up a fresh battle with Brussels.
The UK will have to abide by new EU laws and allow continued free movement of people during the two-year transition period, David Davis confirmed today.