Lib Dem leader Tim Farron writes ahead of today's House of Commons votes on Lords amendments to the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill.
The Chartered Institute of Building CEO Chris Blythe speaks to PoliticsHome about combating modern slavery in the industry as they launch a toolkit to help tackle the problem.
Speaking to PoliticsHome, the British Veterinary Association’s president explained the challenges and opportunities which leaving the European Union could provide.
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott writes for PoliticsHome warning against the "plethora of draconian legislation" the Government is pushing through on immigration.
Bar Council response to tribunal fee reversal
At a fringe event hosted by the Migration APPG and EY, former immigration minister Sir Keir Starmer discussed how the Labour party should shape its immigration policy post-Brexit.
A new report by Unicef presents new ‘sobering’ data on the lives and situations of millions of children and families displaced by crisis and points to six specific actions the UK can take to help them.
The British Red Cross calls for Home Office to guarantee that young people will not be left alone in the world’s most dangerous places.
In response to the Home Affairs Select Committee report on the European migrant crisis, Steven McIntosh, Head of Government Relations Save the Children said:
Labour’s Jo Cox implores the public not to "fall for the spin" of the Leave campaign, saying we can do far more to address both the level and impact of immigration while remaining in the EU.
The Liberal Democrat MP Alistair Carmichael writes for PoliticsHome ahead of his debate today, questioning the Government’s refugee family reunion system that is tearing families apart.
Dr Simon Peplow, from the History Department at the University of Exeter, responds to the ONS annual net migration figures and asks if BME voters in the UK will decide the referendum result.
The Office for National Statistics has today released figures for net migration. Mark Hilton, immigration director of London First, said:
Responding to recent increased pressure on the Government to support unaccompanied child refugees in Europe, Lily Caprani, Deputy Executive Director at Unicef UK said:
Lib Dem peer Baroness Hamwee calls on the Government to concede some key points on the Immigration Bill as it goes through the Lords.
Mike Gapes MP and John Redwood MP debate the merits of staying in the EU at a construction industry event.
Proposals to raise the minimum salary threshold for migrant workers will exacerbate the teacher recruitment and retention crisis, the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, has warned.
Today’s news that 52 stowaways have been found on board two trucks in Kent comes as no surprise to the Road Haulage Association.