Recent Media Reports


Theresa May to reveal plans for post-Brexit Great Repeal Bill on Thursday

Prime Minister Theresa May will publish her plans for a post-Brexit legal shakeup this week, just one day after formally launching negotiations.

City AM - 28 Mar 2017

Scottish Parliament backs referendum call

Nicola Sturgeon's call for a second referendum on independence for Scotland has been formally backed by the Scottish Parliament.

BBC News - 28 Mar 2017

EU migrants keep benefits after Brexit

EU migrants who have come to Britain could continue to be paid child benefit after Brexit to send to their families back home.

Sunday Times - 27 Mar 2017

Europe should follow Britain’s lead on refugees

We're doing the right thing — why is Mrs May so reluctant to admit it?

The Spectator - 24 Mar 2017

Quarter of English state primary schools are 'ethnically segregated'

‘Significant fails’ in percentage of white British children attending local schools in some areas, according to study.

The Guardian - 23 Mar 2017

Landlords who flout migrant rules face tougher penalties

Landlords and employers will face sanctions for knowingly taking on those without permission to live and work in the UK after Brexit.

The Times - 23 Mar 2017

Blair admits he had no idea how many people would come to Britain when he allowed mass EU immigration as his 'institute' to thwart Brexit starts work

Tony Blair has admitted he had no idea how many people would move to Britain when the EU expanded in 2004.

Daily Mail - 20 Mar 2017

Five reasons Theresa May wants students in migration statistics

PM is sticking to net target despite opposition from her own ministers.

Financial Times - 20 Mar 2017

No new independence vote for Scotland before Brexit

Theresa May has accused SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon of forcing a “fundamentally unfair” independence referendum that would damage Brexit negotiations.

The Times - 17 Mar 2017

Migrant teachers and nurses will be forced to declare criminal past before being allowed into Britain

Migrant teachers and nurses will be forced to declare any criminal past before being allowed to come to the UK.

The Sun - 17 Mar 2017

Migration will be tailored by sector, minister hints

Migrants from the EU may face different rules depending on which sector of the economy they are coming to work in, the immigration minister suggested.

The Times - 15 Mar 2017

Brexit bill: Parliament clears way for talks with EU

Parliament has passed the Brexit bill, paving the way for the government to trigger Article 50 so the UK can leave the European Union.

BBC News - 14 Mar 2017

Legal guarantee on EU citizens' rights may have to wait for full Brexit deal - top ministers

There may not be a formal agreement on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK until the end of the Brexit negotiations, it has been revealed.

Politics Home - 14 Mar 2017

Scottish First Minister plans to derail Article 50 vote by 'announcing a date for a second independence referendum'

Nicola Sturgeon will ramp up the pressure on Theresa May today as the PM prepares to fire the starting gun on Brexit.

Daily Mail - 13 Mar 2017

Refugees applying to live in UK face being sent home after five years

Home Office quietly announces new policy where those applying for permanent residency face ‘safe country review’ after five years’ limited leave.

The Guardian - 10 Mar 2017

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