Four members of a Kurdish-Iranian family died when their migrant boat sank on Tuesday.
There is no hope of finding any more survivors from a migrant boat that capsized in the English Channel on Tuesday, French rescuers have said.
Charities have renewed calls for the Government to allow asylum seekers to apply for refuge in the UK from outside its borders, after four people died when a migrant boat sank off the coast of France.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has been urged to crack down on “pimping websites”, which a senior Labour MP has described as a national scandal.
More than 800 former judges and legal figures have signed a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel, calling on them to apologise for their “hostility” towards the profession.
Seven Nigerian stowaways detained after British special services stormed an oil tanker off the Isle of Wight have been arrested on suspicion of seizing or exercising control of a ship by use of threats or force, police have confirmed.
Seven people have been detained after British armed forces stormed an oil tanker off the Isle of Wight following a suspected hijacking by stowaways.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary has urged the Home Office to include social care staff on a list of under-filled jobs in its new immigration system.
Cabinet Secretary Simon Case has declined to state whether a report into allegations that Home Secretary Priti Patel bullied staff will ever be published.
The Home Secretary is to mull a decision to hold a public inquiry into the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings, after years of campaigning by the victims’ families.
The Home Secretary has agreed to look into calls for a public inquiry into the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings, after a meeting with West Midlands Mayor Andy Street.
Factory workers are being “robbed of tens of millions in wages”, the Home Secretary has been told.
Priti Patel has been accused of failing to show compassion and “turning the clock back on 50 years of progress” after outlining plans to radically overhaul the UK’s “broken” asylum system.
Home Secretary Priti Patel used her speech to Tory members to take aim at the tactics of Black Lives Matter and Extinction Rebellion protesters, as she criticised the “hooliganism and thuggery” seen on the country’s streets.
The Home Secretary will say the UK’s asylum system is “fundamentally broken” as she promises to introduce a new one that is “firm and fair”.
The Government has pledged its commitment to “providing refuge for the most vulnerable” after facing criticism over a series of leaks on ideas of how to deal with asylum seekers.
The Government launched a secret consultation on building floating walls to block asylum seekers from crossing the English Channel, according to a leaked document.
Nicola Sturgeon has slammed proposals to build an asylum processing centre in the Western Isles or Shetland, saying the Home Office idea would be "met with the strongest possible opposition" from Bute House.
The Home Office’s top civil servant has said “everything is on the table” as he repeatedly refused to deny reports that the Government has considered processing asylum seekers on a remote UK territory in the Atlantic Ocean.
Asylum seeking migrants could be processed on disused ferries moored off the coast, according to reports.
The issue of migrants making the dangerous crossing to the UK in small boats will be “here for a while” despite efforts to combat smugglers, it is believed.
A proposal discussed in the Home Office that asylum seekers could be processed on Ascension Island has come as a shock to inhabitants on the volcanic territory 4,000 miles from the UK.
Home Secretary Priti Patel ordered officials to explore plans for building an asylum processing centre on a remote volcanic island in the south Atlantic – more than 4,000 miles from the UK, it has been reported.
The Government is looking at creating safe, legal routes for asylum seekers to enter the UK, Priti Patel has announced.
People across England will be legally required to self-isolate from this week if they test positive for coronavirus or are contacted by the test and trace service or risk being hit with new fines.
The Prison Officers’ Association is the latest organisation to back a widow’s call for a new law which would see criminals convicted of killing emergency services workers jailed for life.
A campaign group has hailed a judge’s decision to halt a flight due to take asylum seekers from Britain to Spain as a “victory for humanity”.
The Prime Minister has contradicted Home Secretary Priti Patel by saying members of the public should not report their neighbours for breaching the “rule of six” unless they are having large parties.
Members of the public should not report their neighbours for breaching the the ‘rule of six’ unless they are having large parties, the Prime Minister has said.
The Home Secretary says she is ‘bitterly disappointed’ a charter flight due to take asylum seekers to Madrid has been grounded by a judge after lawyers raised concerns that passengers could end up destitute in Spain.