Immigration has been a hot topic over the past few days, and some more detail is beginning to emerge regarding what the political parties propose to do.
Jeremy Corbyn has remained tight-lipped about the contents of his party’s General Election manifesto but has insisted migration into Britain is vital to maintain the economy.
Dominic Raab has downplayed the prospect of the UK leaving the EU without a deal following the second phase of the Brexit process.
The Conservatives have pledged to cut immigration “overall” as the party announced a range of measures to “take back control” – just days after Boris Johnson appeared to row back from the promise.
Boris Johnson endured a difficult day on the campaign trail as the Tories came under fire over the NHS and allegations they tried to “buy off” Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party.
Boris Johnson has appeared to row back from a promise to cut immigration if the Tories are returned power in the General Election on December 12.
More than half a million EU citizens applied last month to live and work in the UK after Brexit.
The Tories have pledged they will cut immigration if they return to power in the General Election but said they will not set “arbitrary targets” for getting the numbers down.
The Conservatives have claimed immigration would “surge” if Jeremy Corbyn became Prime Minister.
An Australian-style points-based system would allow Britain to control the number of people coming into the country after Brexit but still welcome much needed professionals like nurses, according to the Conservatives.
Theresa May has voiced concerns over Boris Johnson’s attempts to control immigration into the UK.
Campaigners have said the UK’s immigration system “defies basic common sense” after a young doctor who has spent the majority of her life in the country was asked to leave.
Immigration to the UK from the EU is at its lowest level since 2013, according to the latest estimates.
A new fast-track visa route will be created for foreign scientists coming to the UK as part of a shake-up of immigration rules to boost the science sector, the Prime Minister has announced.
Camila Cabello has called on the US government to “close the camps” as she became the latest celebrity to speak out against the country’s immigration policies.
A senior north-east medic has called spousal immigration rules a “human tragedy”.
Four men have been arrested in a raid at a North-east takeaway.
Campaigners have written to Prime Minister Theresa May calling for an urgent review of immigration policy to boost international research and attract new talent.
Plans by hard-line Brexiteers to curb immigration from the continent may have come 4,500 years too late, a study has revealed.
An American teacher “desperate” to help fill classroom vacancies in Moray says she has been blocked from getting a job in the region because the council will not back her application for a visa.
People in Aberdeen do not trust the governments in Westminster or Holyrood to manage immigration, according to a new report.
AN ABERDEEN mum set to be torn apart from her family in Australia has been overwhelmed by the support she has received.
AN ABERDEEN woman today spoke of her heartbreak at the prospect of being torn apart from her family.
THREE people were arrested after immigration raids on two takeaways in Aberdeen.