A stronger and fairer system is the right response to both the positives and negatives immigration can bring.
Ed Miliband can avoid a damaging split between his party's "beer drinkers" and "wine drinkers" on immigration, if he doesn't just rely on economic arguments.
As the Labour party promises 1,000 new border guards, and more benefits curbs for migrants, is it entering a race to “toughen” up on EU migrants?
Many voters the main parties have lost to Ukip are now gone for good.
To pretend that racism doesn’t play a role in generating hostility towards, and anxiety over, immigration is naive, if not disingenuous.
The European Court of Justice allows EU states to restrict benefits to out-of-work EU migrants, but welfare is already tight for all immigrants here.
The left is straitjacketed by merely using economic arguments about net contribution to make the positive case for immigration.
Businesses voice firm support for immigration at the annual CBI conference, as Theresa May tries to play down the Tories' net migration target.
The academics behind a study that shows EU migrants make a net contribution to our economy on the positive impact of recent immigrants.
A new UCL study shows that European migrants are not a drain on our resources, but what about the perception that Britain is an "El Dorado" for immigrants?