It's ironic, but true, that the man who was lambasted for asserting the right for people to be bigots is at present the strongest voice in the cabinet for the protections of the rule of law.
We asked two academics to check the claim, made by a former top official at the Home Office.
A possible risk from Peter Dutton's outburst is if his remarks carry any impact in the US.
Comparisons with other immigration systems that deny rights to temporary workers raise questions over Britain's post-Brexit future.
About 50 refugees from Nauru and Manus Island will leave in the next week to ten days for resettlement in the US.
Policies that are hard at the border but soft on the inside help migrants to integrate in a new country.
Trump's decision to end the DACA program, as well as his support for a bill that would drastically curb legal immigration, would hurt the US workers he says he's trying to help.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable claims there is no evidence that immigration impacts wages. Is he right?
Britain is likely to become an increasingly hostile environment for European newcomers.
From south of the border, Trump seems to be using DACA as a diplomatic weapon in his ongoing power struggle with the Mexican government. That just hurts 800,000 people and helps President Peña Nieto.
Inside the latest information on how the government plans to deal with EU nationals working in the UK.
BBC Panorama has exposed violence and abuse of detainees at Brook House immigration removal centre.
Police used water cannons and tear gas to remove a group of migrants and refugees from a square in Rome in August.
The number of people arriving has risen, but is not the highest on record.
It can be a painful experience to be rejected by your heritage culture.
The Australian government had and has the power to do things necessary to establish and maintain its immigration detention facility on Manus Island, despite detention violating PNG law.
Data show that many people who consider themselves ‘global citizens’ also harbor strong national sentiments. The two aren’t mutually exclusive.
Whether or not a prospective citizen would face a longer wait in Australia compared to Germany, Canada or the UK comes down to their individual circumstances.
Cities and universities can overcome social divides and create better places, but only if they work together.
Whether it's due to native language loss or unsupported high school curricula, the lack of bilingualism in the US is notable. Why can't more Americans speak another language? How should that change?