Has there been a ‘Brexodus’ of EU citizens since the referendum?
What's happened to immigration, EU workers and the population since the Brexit referendum?
EU immigration to the UK
What the latest figures tell us about EU immigration.
What does the latest Brexit deal mean for immigration?
Free movement of people between the UK and EU is set to end in 2021, if parliament approves the negotiated withdrawal agreement.
EU staff in the NHS: what has happened since the referendum?
EU nationals make up a similar percentage of the NHS workforce in England now as they did in 2016.
EU immigrant workers in the UK: five things we learned
The independent Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) today released a report about the impacts of EU immigrant workers on the UK economy.
Who can stay in the UK after Brexit?
Citizens of other EU countries resident in the UK by the end of 2020 will be able to apply to stay permanently.
One born every minute? How many migrants arrive in the UK and how many children do they have?
About 775,000 children were born in the UK in 2016, 210,000 to non-UK born mothers. Net migration was at around 245,000 in the year to September 2017.
The net migration target was never likely to have been met
Governments since 2010 have set a target to reduce net migration to the tens of thousands, and this target has never been met.
Brits abroad: how many people from the UK live in other EU countries?
Around 1.3 million British-born people live in other EU countries, according to United Nations figures.
Why do immigrants come to the UK?
This briefing looks at levels of migration to the UK, how the UK compares to other EU countries, and evidence on what factors drive immigration to the UK.
Are one in nine UK workers migrants?
About one in nine were foreign nationals in 2016. About one in six were born outside the UK.
How difficult is it for EU nationals to apply for residence rights in the UK?
Growing numbers of EU nationals have been applying for permanent residence status in the UK.
Too soon to say if EU referendum has led to genuine falls in immigration
You need to tread carefully when drawing conclusions about today's headlines.
Brexit: which EU citizens will have the right to stay in the UK?
A high proportion of EU citizens in the UK are likely to be entitled to a special status under EU law by the time of Brexit, but it depends on the Government's negotiations with the EU.
Can we be part of the single market and control immigration?
We don't know what the future arrangements for the UK will be as this will depend on the deal that is reached between the government and the EU.
EU immigration and pressure on the NHS
EU immigration contributes to financial pressure on the NHS, but its annual impact is small compared to other factors.
What would an Australian-style immigration points system mean for the UK?
The level of immigration under a points-based system depends, in part, on how the system is designed.
What does leaving the EU mean for border controls?
We look at what the impact of leaving the EU will be on border controls in the UK.
The government's immigration target: does EU immigration matter?
The Prime Minister claims that EU and British net migration was in balance as recently as 2008, but the figures themselves can't prove this.
EU immigration to the UK: what the National Insurance numbers reveal
A new analysis by statisticians tries to explain the gap between our immigration estimates and NI numbers issued to EU nationals.
Did 1.8 million migrants enter the EU illegally last year?
1.8 million illegal border crossings into the EU were detected by member states in 2015. This isn’t the same as 1.8 million migrants.
We don't know that 100,000 illegal migrants have been stopped at the border
The claim that 100,000 illegal migrants have been stopped at the border is an unofficial projection and is uncertain.