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Long-term migration to the UK fell by 84,000 in 2016 compared to a year earlier, new statistics show.Read the full story ›
Ministers are reportedly considering plans in a bid to lower inward migration.Read the full story ›
Net migration to Britain was down 49,000 in the year to September 2016, the lowest level in more than two years.Read the full story ›
The Right to Rent scheme unfairly penalises people and doesn't solve the problem of illegal immigrants renting, a report says.Read the full story ›
President Trump and Pena Nieto agreed for "the two nations to work together... as part of a comprehensive discussion" on their relationship.Read the full story ›
Mexico's Foreign Relations Secretary, Luis Videgaray, said President Donald Trump's plan for a 20% tax on imports will make "US consumers pay".
"A tax on Mexican imports to the United States is not a way to make Mexico pay for the wall, but a way to make the North American consumer pay for it through more expensive avocados, washing machines, televisions," Videgaray said.
The Mexican economy minister, Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, echoed Videgaray's comments warning that the tax would not work and hit America's consumers.
Mexico is one of America's biggest trade partners and the US is the number one buyer from the country, accounting for approximately 80% of exports from the country.
The US president called for a 20% tax on imports to pay for the wall which would divide the two countries.Read the full story ›