The government’s proposals will need to be accompanied by further changes if they are to have the desired result
The government is lowering skills and education thresholds for key immigration routes and removing a cap on yearly work permits. How is this 'taking back control?'
But their views have been ignored as the foreign-born population has more than trebled since 2000
A failure to tighten up on the rules and deliver real immigration control risks a sharpening of divisions in society
Shocking examples of crimes committed since 2017 by those who should not have been here at all
Dame Louise Casey warned the government that the UK was ‘sleepwalking into an increasingly segregated country’
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