A huge health tourism scam is costing the NHS £20million a year.
Migrants made about 115,000 attempts to cross the Channel from Calais last year, according to a source at the French presidency.
Alp Mehmet, vice chairman of Migration Watch UK, said:'This is a superficial report [which] tacitly accepts the current level of immigration.'
Mr Macron, who is due to visit Calais tomorrow, wants to raise the issue at talks with Mrs May at Sandhurst this week.
What is Theresa May doing with this reshuffle? The answer may lie with a Conservative electorate that has undergone profound change.
Nearly two-third of Scots (63 per cent) think the entire UK should have the same immigration regime after it leaves the EU next year.
Growth in the numbers of EU students studying in the UK continued to outstrip growth in the numbers of domestic students entering higher education.
More than 100,000 people applied for asylum in France last year, the highest number in four decades, but 64 per cent of the requests were denied.
A health tourist has racked up Britain's biggest ever unpaid NHS bill after leaving a hospital with a debt of more than £530,000.
From the moment the United Kingdom signalled its intention to leave, the European Union has been fixated on keeping its remaining members united.
The impact of leaving the EU on Whitehall’s immigration agencies will be permanent.
A health tourist is defined as a patient who comes to UK with a pre-existing illness, and the purpose of their visit is to access free NHS care.
Records reveal 2,644 adults were caught lying to enter the UK from 2010 to 2016.
Strong, effectively policed borders are not the bar to a better world but a prerequisite for it.
About 50 will be deployed in a trial run, to be expanded later to police the coastline.