Ministers are looking at creating a new body to oversee EU citizens' rights in the UK .
As thousands of migrants take advantage of calm seas to sail from Libya to Europe, Italy has threatened to close its ports to the influx.
More and more people are taking the decision to up-sticks from their London homes and move elsewhere, according to ONS data.
If the housing, health and transport infrastructure takes no account of the unrecorded population increase, the result is social discontent.
About three million EU citizens living in the UK would be allowed to stay after Brexit, Theresa May has proposed.
If you tighten up employment law and make it more difficult for businesses to employ cheap immigrant labour, businesses would start investing in IT.
Lord Green, chairman of the Migration Watch think tank, warned that Britain was at a “turning point”.
Minorities are seeing a very different version of the world to the majority and that entrenches social divisions.
Germany has offered a soft Brexit with continued access to Europe’s single market in return for a British concession on free movement.
A damning report claims that illegal immigration in Britain may be running at 150,000 a year.
Before Remainers get swept up in their moment, and their ambitions swell, it's worth pondering what possibly might be on the table.
The Prime Minister now has a historic cross-party mandate drawn from all parts of the UK to help deliver Brexit.
The PM is as oblivious to the links between segregation, deprivation and jihadism as she was when home secretary.
MWUK Chairman Lord Green said: “It is surely wrong in principle that anyone who has no right to be in this country should be drawing benefits.'
The number of migrants using a perilous new sea route across the Mediterranean from Morocco to Spain has more than tripled in a year, it has emerged.