About 80 per cent of recent rapid population growth since 2001 has been the direct and indirect result of immigration.
Lack of resources mean black market workers harder to catch, says General Secretary of Immigration Service Union.
A survey has shown that Scots do not want to take control over their own borders policy.
Britain was last night branded a 'soft touch' for accepting far more Iranian asylum-seekers than France does.
A people smuggler has boasted to The Sun of getting 300 migrants across the Channel.
Ignoring the distinction risks sending out a message that playing by the rules is for mugs.
The fact they don’t want to stay in France proves they are not refugees, but migrants, writes Peter Hitchens.
Migration Watch said the incendiary proposals to allow any migrant from around the world to come to Britain for at least five years to look for a job.