The head of Britain’s top statistics regulator has hit out at the Home Office over the “damaging” leak of official student migration figures to media.
Today The All Party Parliamentary Group on Social Integration has released a new report - Integration not Demonisation - concluding their enquiry into the integration of immigrants, and we’re pleased to have been able to contribute with information on our English My Way programme.
No, the Government did not say previously there were 100,000 student visa “overstayers” – it’s much worse than that.
Theresa May has come under fire after it emerged that her complaints about foreign students overstaying their visas applied to just a tiny proportion of arrivals.
New figures have confirmed a big increase in people choosing to leave the UK since the vote for Brexit last June.
European governments must get 'tough' on economic migrants or risk disadvantaging genuine refugees, according to the Labour peer who campaigned to let unaccompanied children into the UK.
The Government is today launching a major investigation into the effect international students have on the UK.
The Home Office has pledged to investigate after sending 100 letters to EU nationals threatening them with “detention” unless they left the UK.
EU citizens will still be free to live in the UK after Brexit, according to plans reportedly being drawn up by the Home Office.
EU citizens will be able to continue to move freely from the Republic of Ireland into the UK after Brexit, the Government has admitted.
At the end of March 2019, when the UK leaves the European Union, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will be the only land border between Britain and the European Union.
Philip Hammond and Liam Fox have united to declare that the UK will seek a transition deal with the EU but will not stay in the bloc "by the back door".
Damian Green has rejected Ruth Davidson’s call for the Conservatives to rethink their commitment to cut net migration to beneath 100,000 per year.
Claims that immigrants undermine British workers are “fallacious”, “bordering on racist”, and should be rooted out by the Labour party, a trade union boss has said.
Ruth Davidson has called on Theresa May to reconsider the Conservative target to cut net migration to below 100,000 per year.
EU migrants under 30 could be given special two-year work visas if they want the right to live and work in the UK, under plans being considered in a Government-commissioned review.
The UK’s top universities have fired a warning to Theresa May over EU citizens’ rights, warning that the Government’s position is damaging their institutions.
Disagreements over free movement have re-ignited quarrels between Cabinet ministers, says Dods political consultant, Sabine Tyldesley.
Downing St has made clear that free movement of EU citizens to the UK will come to an end in March 2019.
Cabinet ministers were again at loggerheads last night with reports of fresh splits over the UK's post-Brexit migration system.
Britain could suffer from massive border delays which could cost more than £1bn a year, a report on the post-Brexit customs system has revealed.
Official figures on the number of international students staying in the UK once their courses end are “potentially misleading” and should be downgraded, according to the government’s statistics watchdog.
Amber Rudd has assured migrants and businesses there will be no "cliff edge" on the UK's immigration system on the day it quits the EU.
Free movement of EU nationals to the UK will end in March 2019 - with a completely new immigration system in place and ready to go, the Immigration Minister revealed today.