We spend so much time arguing about what it ought or ought not to do that we seldom consider its fundamental nature.
Posts Tagged: Migration
The Stratford MP and ConservativeHome columnist is now banned from visiting his sons at Princeton, despite being a British citizen.
He also points to various “practical problems” with President Trump’s order.
Christopher Howarth’s Guide to Brexit: EEA membership is incompatible with running our own migration policy
It’s time for mistaken claims to the contrary to be consigned to history.
New evidence suggests the official figure for the number of overstaying international students is wildly exaggerated.
Normally it would be. But not right now.
Aside from the obvious immigration angle, this Turkey story reinforces one of the Leave campaign’s most important lines: that ‘the devil you know’ isn’t on the ballot paper.
It would be much better to help as many people as possible in and around Syria, and other conflict zones.
The Labour leader spoke out against change, and made David Cameron sound like a management consultant.
Brussels will struggle to inspire positive change amongst its neighbours now that it has rewarded a regime so at odds with its professed values.
A key question is whether we want their entry into Europe to be controlled by governments or by gangs of people smugglers.
The rise of AfD poses a strategic challenge to the CDU: try to re-unite the right and lose voters to the left, or stick to Merkel’s guns and cede territory to an insurgent new force?
Corbyn did not dare allude to Conservative divisions over Europe, for fear the Prime Minister would point to Labour divisions over almost everything.
We are working to help the vast majority of refugees who are still in the countries around Syria, where they want to stay.
Some – but not enough – economic development has the effect of making migration a realistic option.