Media Reports Archive : December 2017

Mass immigration fuelled 23 per cent rise in rent prices, new report claims

Chair of Migration Watch Lord Green said: “The government are in denial about the massive impact of immigration on the housing market.'

The Sun - 27 Dec 2017

Asylum offices 'in a constant state of crisis', say whistleblowers

Staff in the Home Office’s asylum directorate are undertrained, overworked and operating in a “constant state of crisis”, whistleblowers have claimed.

The Guardian - 27 Dec 2017

Only By Regaining Control Can We Solve the Migration and Refugee Crisis

Stopping and returning illegal migrants to their countries of origin must become standard procedure.

Time magazine - 20 Dec 2017

We want to make it easier for universities to attract the brightest talent, writes Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis

It is vital that we continue our determination to build a Britain that is open, outward-facing and welcoming to the brightest and best talent.

The Times - 19 Dec 2017

Brexit fears overblown as more tech workers come to UK from outside the EU

More technology workers in the UK are coming from India, Australia and the US than from major EU countries, according to a study.

Daily Telegraph - 15 Dec 2017

The immigration policy that we need after Brexit, by Migration Watch UK Chair Lord Green

These practical recommendations outline how EU migration could be sharply reduced while preserving access for employers to the best and brightest.

Conservative Home - 15 Dec 2017

MPs win right to final vote on Brexit

Tory “mutineers” ensured that MPs must approve the terms of Britain’s departure from the EU.

The Times - 14 Dec 2017

High Court Rules Home Office Removal Of Homeless EU Citizens Is Unlawful

The High Court has ruled a Home Office policy which sees EU citizens who are sleeping rough removed from the UK is unlawful.

Huffington Post - 14 Dec 2017

EU criminals will NOT be kicked out of Britain after Brexit if they served less than a year in jail

European criminals who served less than a year in jail will likely be allowed to stay in Britain after Brexit, a Home Office minister admitted today.

Daily Mail - 13 Dec 2017

Britain is still No1 destination for top European jobseekers ‘despite Brexit’, research claims

Workers polled across 15 EU countries named London as the number one destination for a new job.

The Sun - 12 Dec 2017

Migrants should be let into Britain until 2021, says the EU: Negotiators want to push back the date in return for two-year transition deal

Britain is facing demands to push back the ‘cut-off date’ for new EU migrants to 2021 in return for a two-year transition deal.

Daily Mail - 12 Dec 2017

The European Court of Justice's authority must end if we are to take back control

Any oversight in relation to EU citizens could lead to a 'mission creep'.

Sunday Telegraph - 5 Dec 2017

Theresa May must lay down immutable red lines to Brussels and stick to them

These coming weeks are a real test for the Prime Minister and the Government.

Brexit Central - 5 Dec 2017


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