One of the hottest numbers in British politics is based on a tourism survey that began in the 1960s.
Scotland's population continued to increase last year, rising to a record 5,404,700.
Theresa May is to drop a pledge to pull the UK out of the European Convention on Human Rights.
There is no dispute about the value that international students bring to the economy.
It comes as Labour said they would give such a guarantee on their first day in office were they win to the General Election on 8 June.
Prime minister keen to ensure universities take only ‘brightest and best’.
Our borders and laws are failing the public so May must be bold if she wants to win back trust.
Employers in Britain will have to take more responsibility for enforcing immigration rules after Brexit, experts warn.
The proposal has been suggested by Migration Watch UK chairman Lord Green and was dubbed “a good idea” by a senior Home Office source.
Alp Mehmet said:'Business must now focus on recruiting and training from the domestic workforce and wean itself off the cheaper East European option.'
Big business was last night urged to wean itself off cheap foreign labour as figures revealed huge numbers of migrants in blue-collar jobs.
Analysis shows five times as many live in poorest third of country as in richest third, sparking calls for overhaul of system.
Brexit must mean taking back control of Britain’s borders — and here is how, writes former Environment Secretary Owen Patterson.
Thousands of bars, nightclubs, off-licences and takeaways will face immigration checks under new powers to tackle illegal working.
EU citizens could continue to move freely to Britain for years after Brexit, the prime minister indicated yesterday.
Sources told the Sun that post-Brexit the Government believed voters are now content with idea Britain is going to be in “control” of its borders.
'I want to reflect on how the business pages have covered the labour market consequences of Brexit over recent weeks', writes David Goodhart.