With the public sceptical after years of letdowns, and the importance of the manifesto fresh in the headlines, it’ll be 2019 before action is possible.
With growing problems at home, many member states are at odds with the Commission’s punitive line on Brexit.
She is giving people what they want, and heading off a populist revolt with a moderate, balance system.
We must find more local authority spaces for unaccompanied child refugees.
If there is one lesson we learnt from the EU referendum last year, it is that people are crying out for more control over their lives.
Modern Britain’s new report, released today, proposes increasing the number of highly-skilled migrants while significantly reducing low-skilled immigration.
The right answer is to discourage people from coming to Calais in the first place, and to help people directly in the Middle East.
As a party known for strong economic management, we must work doubly hard to avoid appearing to know the price of everything and the value of nothing.
I’m tired of being lectured by Labour politicians. When they were in government, around 800 refugees were resettled each year. We are doing five times that.
If we prioritise rescuing children from the incompetence of EU governments, that means children can be rescued from the slaughter of the Middle East.
Some of the distress of those in question has been caused by diehard Remainers, who are stirring up as much alarm as possible about Brexit regardless of the human cost.
We have a legal and a moral duty to protect them. The President’s order feels like an attack on our shared humanity.
Plus: Trump’s tactics, Labour’s splits, and LibDem divisions.
Thank God for great European leaders, like Merkel, whose idiosyncratic approach to border control played such an understated role in last year’s Brexit vote.
We can build a Britain that is fair on immigration, trades globally and is outward-looking – underpinned by great values of equality, fairness and freedom.