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BMA warns of impending ‘disaster’ as its research shows 40% of doctors who qualified in EEA may leave because they feel less welcome.
New figures reveal the number of nurses from the EU registering to work in the NHS since the Brexit referendum has fallen by 90%.
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Tribunal ruled a two-year restriction on accessing disability benefits unlawfully discriminated against disabled refugees and their families.
Progressive parties slam divisive rhetoric of 'British jobs for British workers' and welcome contribution of people from overseas to our NHS.
Government accused of dismissing its responsibility to care for unaccompanied minors as ‘somebody else’s problem’.
US, China, Japan, Germany, France and UK accommodate just 2.1 million refugees, according to Oxfam report.
Research shows that economic performance easily outweighs the impact of immigration on low pay in the UK.
Four-year ban on receiving in-work benefits likely to affect only a small number of newly arriving families, analysis shows.
A two-year wait until refugees in the UK are eligible to apply for disability living allowance has left people with war-inflicted injuries and other serious medical conditions without support.
Peers voted in favour of an amendment proposed by Lord Alton, who warned asylum seekers were being pushed into "enforced workhouse destitution".
Work and pensions secretary also accuses PM of talking down Britain in a sign of rising tensions at senior Tory levels over EU referendum.
Donald Tusk says leaders will have to go ‘extra mile’ to reach agreement as Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic revolt on eve of key summit.
Figures obtained by Guardian after six-month battle show only 84,000 EU migrant families claiming tax credits have lived in the UK for four years or less.
Text put forward by EU council president Donald Tusk contains measures relating to all four areas requested by David Cameron.
Prime minister pushing for change to rules allowing migrants to send payments back to their country of origin, but eastern European countries express concern.
Britain is willing to look at alternative measures to a four-year ban on access to in-work benefits, says Philip Hammond MP.
Tory minister admits that there is no evidence to prove that the benefits system acts as a magnet to EU migrants.
Prime minister is looking at whether ban on in-work benefits could also apply to Britons living abroad for four years or more.
Labour leader rejects policy set out in party manifesto for 2015 election and says all UK taxpayers should have access to benefits.
EU commissioner proposes block on claims for first six months, far cry from prime minister’s hopes for four-year exclusion.