A Tunisian man who killed three people in a church in France only recently arrived in Europe, officials say
The boss of a lottery-funded Birmingham charity has been jailed after a plot to smuggle illegal immigrants into the UK
A group of 11 Albanian migrants, including a pregnant woman and a 17-year-old boy, have been found onboard a cargo ship at Southampton Docks
Seven Nigerian men detained after British special services stormed an oil tanker off the Isle of Wight have been bailed, police said
There have been more deaths in the English Channel of migrants who had reportedly been attempting to reach the UK
A family of five, including a 15-month-old baby, are among the seven people who were lost when a boat crammed with migrants capsized in the Channel
French investigators are being urged to bring manslaughter charges against the traffickers behind the deaths of a family of five migrants
The tragedy of the four lives lost by drowning off Dunkirk this week is a stark reminder of the dangers of crossing the Channel in overcrowded vessels
The Mail has discovered that hundreds who were afraid of being deported from Germany have fled to Calais
The deaths of two children and two adults after a migrant boat sank off the coast of northern France should serve as a 'wake-up call'
French and Spanish authorities refused to take in seven stowaways five days before they were seized in a special forces operation
An illegal immigrant who had repeatedly been thrown out of UK was found in Maidstone dealing in Class A drugs
At least 18 people have been taken to hospital and the search operation is continuing
The head of the judiciary has weighed into the Government's row with 'lefty activist lawyers'
The Nigerian stowaways involved in a security incident on an oil tanker have been detained while police determine whether they should face charges
The simple truth is that, though they may not like it, lawyers do not deserve to be protected from criticism any more than anyone else
Is accusing “leftie lawyers” of frustrating government attempts to enforce immigration law really tantamount to incitement to violence?
The threat by the stowaways to the ship’s crew was close to hijacking, and a rapid naval operation to take control of the ship was justified
Net migration targets have been abandoned by the Government as it ditches the £35,800 salary cap for migrants to be allowed to settle in the UK
Special forces on Sunday night ended a ten-hour standoff in the Channel after a group of violent Nigerian 'hijackers' threatened to kill the crew
A total of 19 people have been arrested in the past two weeks in connection with people smuggling across the English Channel.
Britain’s Home Office is planning to bombard illegal migrants’ smartphones with Facebook adverts asking them to not cross the English Channel
Britain’s Home Office has taken to social media to brag that the country “resettles more refugees than any other country in Europe”
The parents of a Vietnamese man paid £13,000 for a 'VIP' smuggling trip to Britain along a route where 39 migrants died, a court has heard.
A Home Office policy which gave migrants as little as 72 hours' notice of their impending deportation has been ruled as unlawful
A 'mass fight' broke out among migrants at a Welsh holding camp yesterday as police arrested two men
Britain said it would introduce new rules from January to bar entry to people from the European Union with a criminal record
Charles Moore says that we have to be aware that the killing in France could happen here too and we must learn the lessons from the incident
At least two Vietnamese migrants who were among the 39 people found dead in a lorry in Essex
Two men have been arrested following a disturbance at a Pembrokeshire military training camp, where asylum seekers are being housed
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A man has been jailed after trying to smuggle asylum seekers into the UK through Kent.
The amendment to continue existing arrangements had been successfully moved in the House of Lords by refugee campaigner and Labour peer Lord Dubs
More than 7,500 migrants have now crossed the Channel this year - more than four times the number in 2019 - after another 100 people risked the danger
A French navy warship reportedly escorted a boat full of migrants across the English Channel today as more than 100 arrivals were intercepted in 11 sm
People traffickers are hiring French fishing boat crews to carry desperate migrants halfway across the Channel in a bid to evade eye-in-the-sky milita
Judges will be told what constitutes 'inhuman or degrading treatment', under plans being considered by Priti Patel to curb the use of human rights law
Two people have been arrested during a protest outside a military training camp in Pembrokeshire, where asylum seekers are being housed
A woman was discovered to have entered the UK illegally after a Barrow restaurant was raided by immigration officers
In a six-month probe, investigators infiltrated gangs making huge profits out of the estimated 7,173 migrants who have already come to Britain in 2020
Abd al-Rahman al-Milad, 30, was held in Tripoli on Wednesday on the orders of the interior minister of the UN-backed government controlling the city
There was some suggestion that the recent leaked story about Priti Patel considering sending asylum seekers to Ascension island was black propaganda
Asylum seekers who arrive in the UK on small boats are receiving no access to legal advice until days before they are due to be deported from the coun
The British Army was forced to stop a live shooting exercise on a military range today after a group of migrants landed a 9ft speedboat in the middle
London based middlemen are charging up to £500 per person to act as guarantors to facilitate the entry into Britain of illegal migrants
The World Health Organization has stressed the importance of ensuring health services are open to all migrants and refugees during the pandemic
Migrants who need NHS care are being denied treatment for an average of 37 weeks, despite suffering from conditions such as cancer, heart problems or
Campaigners have sent an open letter to the body which oversees GP services in Oxfordshire, calling on it to support a 'safe surgeries' scheme
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Romanian people smuggler charged with killing 39 Vietnamese migrants was waiting for a British passport
Home Office denies there is anything substandard about the amenities.
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Terror spin doctor Adel Abdel Bary, 60, was imprisoned over the devastating 1998 attacks on US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania that killed 224 people.
Three boats with 56 migrants on board were intercepted in the English Channel on Friday, the Home Office said
Priti Patel will deport the homeless who repeatedly engage in low level crimes under proposals being discussed by Ministers
Nets could be used to stop migrants in dinghies from crossing the Channel, according to a former Royal Marine appointed to halt such arrivals
A Labour peer has apologised for suggesting that asylum seekers should be 'concentrated' in camps as a solution to the refugee issue
There were six times the amount of deportation guards as there were actual people being deported back to German on recent flights
Reform of the EU's border controls is under way, but there is no agreement among member states
Nationalists want more control of immigration, but Kevin Foster says it would be a bad move for Britain
Backlash against Home Office plans to start evicting failed asylum seekers from temporary accommodation
Home Office officials confirm that offshore ferries are going to be used for asylum seekers
Priti Patel's deportation plans are hit with 11th hour legal challenges
The Home Secretary wants the new system to stop those arriving illegally 'making endless legal claims to remain'.
'There are more people coming into the aylum system at the moment than are leaving it and that is because of Covid', said a Home Office official.