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.
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.
Negative news coverage fuels social tensions and turns refugees into scapegoats.
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.
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.
'Papers, Please' is an oddly compelling and thought-provoking triumph.
Bad people, bad management and institutional failure all contributed to what happened at the Yarl's Wood detention centre.
Thousands of families stand to be torn apart as a power struggle rages on between the UK government and courts.
The 23,000 increase in net migration suggests Cameron will struggle to meet his target of reducing it to "tens of thousands" by 2015.
The shadow immigration minister's disastrous morning is a lesson in the perils of pre-briefing.