By Sophie McBain - 01 November 03:12
Between 1998 and 2012, more than 16,000 people are known to have died attempting to migrate to the European Union.
By New Statesman - 14 October 04:09
Confronting Esam Amin on the <em>Sunday Politics West</em>, Harper said that his claim to stay in Britain was "ridiculous".
By George Eaton - 14 October 12:08
In defiance of ministers' claims, the new report finds that EU migrants are "less likely to receive disability and unemployment benefits".
By George Eaton - 14 October 08:48
While trumpeting greater immigration as an economic good in the case of China, ministers are strangling it elsewhere.
By Alex Glennie - 12 October 09:56
The coalition's reductive focus on numbers and ever-tighter restrictions will not create the fair and effective migration system that it says it wants.
By George Eaton - 09 October 08:19
Provided that it corrects the misleading claim "106 arrests last week in your area", the government is free to continue to use the "go home" slogan.
By Emma Briant - 28 September 11:22
Negative news coverage fuels social tensions and turns refugees into scapegoats.
By Tim Finch - 24 September 11:15
The policy will help drive a sustainable, jobs-rich, wage-enhancing recovery and convince the public that Labour is listening to its concerns about immigration.
By Ayesha Saran - 18 September 03:49
64 per cent of British people consider it to be more of a problem than an opportunity, according to the Transatlantic Trends survey. But there is cause for optimism.
By Leigh Alexander - 16 September 02:41
'Papers, Please' is an oddly compelling and thought-provoking triumph.