Theresa May has demanded a Brexit deal tailor-made for Britain, warning that she would not accept an agreement already “on the shelf”.
The President of the EU Commission has confirmed Britain would lose unrestricted access to the single market if it did not accept freedom of movement.
Almost 1,800 foreign criminals who should have been deported are still here five years after being freed from jail.
The new government is preparing the ground for a fresh crackdown on immigration amid concerns that universities have become an easy route in.
The UK may be about to see a sea change in the often chaotic ways that it has managed migration in recent years.
Martin McGuinness has said he cannot see how the Common Travel Area between Northern Ireland and the Republic could survive in Brexit negotiations.
The number of migrants found in the backs of lorries or cars in Britain more than doubled to 6,400 last year.
What voters desperately want, after years of broken promises and politicians paying lip service to their concerns, is action and results.
Home secretary casts doubts on future of government’s target to cut net migration to tens of thousands during this parliament.
The Brexit era should bring investment and skills-led growth. Two particular programmes are required: on homes and transport.
Three quarters of a million new school places are needed in England in the next ten years amid a baby boom fuelled by migration.
The European Commission’s migration chief says there are no plans to rethink the bloc’s migration policy after the British vote to leave the EU.
Private companies are now also advertising Polish citizenship and passports for sale
Health tourists are jumping the queue ahead of NHS patients for life-changing cataract operations, an investigation has revealed.
This article is designed to be an easy-to-understand guide now that the UK has voted to leave the European Union.