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Thousands of British citizens may be waiting for family permits to be able to move to the UK, but the Home Office reportedly rejected freedom of information requests and parliamentary questions on data from the former Brexit select committee chair, Hilary Benn.
Thousands of people say their rights have been compromised despite government promises.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis says Priti Patel’s plans could foster a situation similar to notorious US detention camp.
France will not be ‘hostages to British domestic politics’, says interior minister.
The Dublin Regulation meant that anyone who had set foot in another EU country first could be returned to that country, but this law no longer stands. Those who make the crossing know it will be difficult for Britain to return them to France.
Despite promises by the home secretary to make the route across the Channel "unviable", the number of people completing the crossing has reached record highs.
EU leaders urged to push back against No 10’s brinkmanship over role of European Court of Justice.
Thanks to the HGV driver shortage, many refuse collectors are quitting to earn up to £30,000 more driving lorries. But what does this mean for our streets, as the rubbish and recycling piles ever higher?
Leading figures in the livestock industry say that the animals face being killed and burned because Priti Patel has failed to include the butchers on a list of shortage occupations.
The National Pig Association has said that healthy animals are being destroyed following the exodus of EU workers as there are not enough people employed in slaughterhouses.
Dame Hilary Mantel has said she is intending to take Irish citizenship to “become a European again” and escape the “shame” of living under the current government.
HOME Secretary Priti Patel is being asked to visit businesses in the Highlands to see first-hand the recruitment crisis facing tourism and hospitality as a result of Brexit.
A major feature of the 2016 Leave campaign was a refusal to define what, precisely, Brexit would mean.
Since Brexit happened, those who campaigned for it have shown little attachment to and only the faintest memory of the benefits promised. The one exception is ‘Reclaiming our sovereignty’.
Vote Leave chief Matthew Elliott, who is credited with several successful political crusades, is on the Free Market Forum's advisory board
Get Brexit Done’ has unravelled in a spectacular fashion; a significant knock to the economy, removal of rights and freedoms, more red tape for business and – the most heart-breaking of all – trouble has returned to Northern Ireland. The obvious answer to this foreseeable problem is for the UK to be part of the single market and customs union.
The relocation of the Port of Larne worker and his family is believed to be the first following a death threat from terrorists since 2011
Home secretary admits she is yet to secure ‘safe legal routes’ promised as alternative to harsh measures.
Plans to deny automatic right to asylum to refugees arriving in UK via unauthorised routes spark alarm.
‘Standard’ proposal to exempt performers for 90 days was proposed, but ‘the UK said no’.
Sir Ian Blair rejects Priti Patel’s claim nation will made safer through ‘tougher’ post-Brexit powers.
Ms Patel has reportedly rejected a recommendation that bricklayers and welders be added to the UK’s shortage occupation list.