The Scottish Parliament is expected to be handed a raft of new powers - including control over income tax - under proposals for further devolution.
The latest immigration figures will be published today after the Home Secretary's warned that the Government was "unlikely" to meet its target of cutting migration by the next election.
Theresa May said the increasing number of EU migrants coming to Britain meant it would be difficult for the government to cut net annual migration into Britain below 100,000.
Labour has previously claimed that the Government's migration target was "in tatters".
The net migration figures, for the year to June, will be published by the Office for National Statistics this morning.
The last set of figures - published at the end of August - showed overall net migration rose to 243,000 in the year to March - up from 175,000 the previous year.
- The Smith Commission was set up after Scotland voted "No" in the independence referendum in September
- The commission was tasked with reaching an agreement on devolving further powers to the Scottish Parliament
- Lord Smith of Kelvin, who led the process, will unveil his proposals today
- The plans are the result of cross-party talks by the Scottish Parliament's five political parties
- His recommendations will form the basis of draft legislation due to be published in January
David Cameron must listen to doctors and patients "cries for help" and act to ease the pressure on A&Es, the shadow health secretary has said.
After senior consultants told ITV News that departments were heading for a "winter crisis", Andy Burnham accused the Government of trapping A&Es in a "downward spiral".
Urgent action is needed to stop accident and emergency departments slipping into crisis this winter, according to senior hospital consultants.
Four emergency doctors have spoken to ITV News to voice their concerns that patient safety could be compromised due to the pressure on the NHS.
ITV News deputy political editor Chris Ship reports: