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.
4,000 EU prisoners in England and Wales
The number of EU prisoners, and their proportion of the total prison population, has hardly changed in the last five years.
Are junior doctors paid enough to get a UK visa?
In December 2017, a non-EEA junior doctor needed to be earning £55,000 in order to get a visa for the UK.
Conservative Manifesto: Immigration and public services
We've factchecked claims from Theresa May's speech at the Conservative party manifesto launch.
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.
EU immigration and NHS staff
What proportion of NHS staff come from the EU, and what could leaving the EU mean for the future workforce?
Do we need a new house every four minutes because of immigration?
This is plausible, although we can’t be certain about immigrants’ housing needs and there’s not enough clear research that would give us better figures.
Impacts of migration on local public services
It isn't possible to say with certainty what the implications of migration are for the cost, availability and quality of public services. They're likely to vary by area and service.
Migration and welfare benefits
A look at what welfare benefits immigrants are entitled to in the UK.
What impact does immigration have on school places?
It's difficult to single out the effects of immigration.