Media Reports Archive : November 2018

Migration from outside EU highest for 14 years

Lord Green of Deddington, chairman of Migration Watch UK, said: “Non-EU net migration at 248,000 is astonishing.'

The Times - 30 Nov 2018

Why are Iranians crossing the Channel in dinghies?

British and French authorities, under pressure to stem the rise in boat trips before a life is lost, face several questions.

BBC News - 28 Nov 2018

Migrant workers living here send £8bn a year back to their home countries

Thousands of workers who come to Britain are transferring chunks of their wages back home to keep their relatives in school, a UN report found

The Sun - 22 Nov 2018

The one thing voters agree on: they don’t like this Brexit deal

There are a few things we can say with some confidence. Theresa May’s proposed deal is not popular among those taking a view.

CapX - 19 Nov 2018

Home Office scraps scheme that used NHS data to track migrants

A memorandum of understanding between the Department of Health, NHS Digital and the Home Office is being scrapped.

The Guardian - 13 Nov 2018

Suspected migrants on 'stolen' fishing boat in Dover

A French fishing boat thought to have been stolen was stopped in UK waters with 17 suspected migrants on board.

BBC News - 13 Nov 2018

Immigration Minister admits Britain WILL have to keep freedom of movement after a No Deal Brexit

Caroline Nokes signalled the Home Office would be unable to differentiate between EU nationals already here and those arriving after the split.

The Sun - 7 Nov 2018

Plan for a million houses between Oxford and Cambridge puts countryside at risk

A million new homes between Oxford and Cambridge would destroy an area of countryside larger than Birmingham, campaigners have warned.

The Times - 1 Nov 2018


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