Lucy Moreton, head of the Border Force trade union, said drastic cuts to the immigration enforcement workforce meant the UK was now a soft touch.
It would be a squalid and abject surrender to being ruled over by a foreign court.
The reason we’re concreting over some of our most peaceful scenery is never stated. It is almost entirely a result of uncontrolled migration.
The campaigners urge a moratorium on migration from the European Union for low-skilled work.
Alp Mehmet said: ‘The consequence is people will need homes, their children will need school places, and it will put more demand on public services.’
An ‘emergency brake’ along such lines would not be effective, practical or desirable, writes Lord Green of Deddington, Chairman of Migration Watch UK.
The Home Office refused to be drawn on how much money it would give the French, but it is believed to be tens of millions of pounds.
The lobby group was last night accused (by Migration Watch UK) of trying to cling on to ‘cheap labour’.
Their indivisibility is the reason why I am more sceptical than others about a new type of EU-UK association agreement.
Defendants who fail to disclose their nationalities in court could face a year in prison under a Government scheme to deport more foreign criminals.
Alp Mehmet, vice-chairman of campaign group Migration Watch UK, said the figures 'show that predictions of a Brexodus are nonsense'.
The spiralling need for new homes is almost entirely a result of immigration, according to a report.
A new report from Migration Watch asserts that successive governments have misled the British people over the impact of immigration on housing demand.
Alp Mehmet, from MigrationWatch UK, said last night: “To reduce these pressures we need to better manage migration.”
Alanna Thomas, executive director of Migration Watch UK, said it was 'further evidence that the system is clearly not working as it should'.
Britain should delay Brexit by up to two years or a deal will fall apart, Angela Merkel’s advisers say.
They are part of a programme launched almost two years ago to bring in 20,000 Syrians driven from their homes by the civil war.
British employers are having to raise their pay offers in the face of growing recruitment problems, two surveys showed.
A third of doctors and one in eight nurses were trained abroad, around twice as high as the average for other countries.
Children across the country are being taught in classes with more than 100 pupils amid a growing crisis over school funding.
Relying almost solely on the NHS’s own data for research, I quickly became convinced many of these claims are outright false.
Borders inspector’s reports give indication of how many are in Britain without legal status and may be forced to leave.