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.
The Government has asked an independent body to carry out a "detailed assessment" of the impact of EU migration as ministers look to establish the UK's post-Brexit border controls.
The Road Haulage Association is alarmed at the news that an HGV and its driver were targeted in a hi-jack attack by migrants at Calais in an attempt to cross the Channel.
Theresa May's aim of cutting net migration to less than 100,000 could cause "considerable damage" to the UK economy, according to a damning House of Lords report.
Cabinet ministers have conceded that the free movement of EU citizens into the UK will continue for up to four years after Britain quits the EU, according to a report.
The APPG for Refugees report suggests that a minister for refugees could provide the coordination required to implement a new integration strategy.
Theresa May’s proposals for European citizens’ rights after Brexit “would cast a dark cloud of vagueness and uncertainty” if implemented, the European Parliament’s chief negotiator has said.
Theresa May has urged EU citizens currently living in the UK not to leave – and pledged that "no families will be split up" as a result of Brexit.
Theresa May blocked a move from David Cameron to unilaterally guarantee the rights of citizens living in the UK after Brexit, George Osborne has sensationally claimed.
More than three million EU nationals would be given the right to stay in the UK after Brexit under plans unveiled by Theresa May.
The Government’s Immigration Bill must ensure that British business has access to sufficient levels of EU workers or major construction projects will grind to a halt, Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has said in response to the Queen’s Speech.
There has been a sharp drop in the number of eastern Europeans coming to the UK since the EU referendum almost a year ago, new figures suggest.
Associate Professor of Management Studies at University of Exeter Business School, Prof Will Harvey, reflects on pledges in the Conservative Manifesto on immigration. He writes that "UK immigration policy needs to consider the pressure on jobs, infrastructure, welfare and other areas of the economy and society".