Foreign-born nurses working in the UK do a vital job in the face of discrimination, but their recruitment helps entrench global healthcare inequality.
An expert spent seven years studying the interactions between locals and immigrants: this is what he found.
Theresa May defends her decision to refuse help to people risking their lives to come to Europe with some faulty evidence.
Australia may have ‘stopped the boats’ but the tragedy of people drowning at sea continues to our north and is getting worse. A regional solution to the refugee crisis is urgently needed.
The problem with auctioning immigration places is that it puts the focus on short-term revenue-raising, rather than immigration’s more important medium- to long-term nation-building role.
Academics are on the frontline, battling the Home Office over new visa regulations.
Ipsos Mori are asking thousands about their views on this polarising topic.
Immigration policy is too focused on quotas, when a market solution that could benefit the country is readily available.
It’s absurd that Europe continues to blame migrants seeking a better life for their own fate.
Our immigration expert evaluates the manifestos of 16 political parties, to see how their policies on immigration stack up.
Our experts check if Plaid Cyrmu’s policies measure up.
The experts assess whether the claims in the Liberal Democrats’ manifesto align with the evidence.
The Liberal Democrats want a change in direction over immigration.
Our experts asses the credibility of UKIP’s top ticket policies.
Our experts review the evidence behind the Green Party’s big ticket policies.
The Greens offer a fresh outlook on immigration in the UK, but their manifesto contains shades of uncertainty.
UKIP’s immigration policies should have cleared away any ambiguity about what the party wants. Instead, they’ve added to it.
After another operation to rescue immigrants on a capsized boat, what do we need to know about the motives and methods for dealing with the problem?
Whoever wins the election, there are serious questions to answer on immigration.
Plaid Cymru’s immigration policies might be good for Wales, but don’t square with the rest of the UK.