Amber Rudd: No sudden drop in immigration post-Brexit - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Don't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. Immigration will not suddenly fall once Britain leaves the European Union, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has suggested. Ms Rudd said the Government was “against cliff ...

Home Secretary Blasts 'Fake News' Over Dubs Scheme: 'We Took 8000 Children in Last Year' - Breitbart News

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has revealed that Britain took in 8,000 'unaccompanied minors' last year, and blasted outrage over the Dubs scheme closure as having been fueled by “fake news”. Ms. Rudd defended the government's decision to terminate the ...

A Quarter Of EU Citizens Rejected For Permanent UK Residency - Sino

28 percent of EU citizens who have applied for permanent residency in the UK since Brexit had their applications rejected or invalidated, the Guardian reported Monday. To qualify for UK residency, European Union citizens must live in Britain for at ...

Hypocrisy over immigration cannot be tolerated - The Times (subscription)

The famous gap between rhetoric and reality is a more dangerous place than ever for politicians these days. On the issue of immigration, it has become a yawning chasm into which the last British prime minister disappeared last year. So it is little ...

Rudd says child refugee criticism is 'fake news' - The Times (subscription)

The home secretary has become the first senior British government figure to dismiss criticism as “fake news”. Amber Rudd used the term to reject condemnation of her decision to limit a scheme offering sanctuary in Britain to unaccompanied child ...

Details on immigration are welcome post referendum - Express.co.uk

HOW would managed migration work in a post-Brexit Britain where we have regained full control of our borders? PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 00:01, Mon, Feb 27, 2017. 0. UK border GETTY. Amber Rudd is considering post-Brexit immigration schemes.

Amber Rudd warns Brexit will NOT trigger quick drop in immigration - Mirror.co.uk

Brexit will not trigger a quick drop in immigration, Home Secretary Amber Rudd warned yesterday. The top Cabinet Minister, who backed Remain at last year's referendum, warned there would be no “cliff edge” plunge in numbers coming to the UK once ...

Amber Rudd: It's the end of freedom of movement as we know it - Evening Standard

Amber Rudd has promised the UK will see “the end of freedom of movement as we know it” under Theresa May's Brexit strategy. The home secretary told ITV's Peston on Sunday that the current right to travel and work in different EU countries will not ...

Amber Rudd says concern over Tories scrapping child refugee scheme is 'fake news' - Mirror.co.uk

A Tory Cabinet Minister channelled Donald Trump today when she accused the media of “fake news” over the child refugees row. Home Secretary Amber Rudd became the most senior member of Theresa May's government to publicly use the term coined by ...

Amber Rudd: No sudden drop in immigration post-Brexit - Daily Mail

Immigration will not suddenly fall once Britain leaves the European Union, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has suggested. Ms Rudd said the Government was “against cliff edges” as she revealed businesses and others will be consulted on plans for a new ...

Amber Rudd claims reports Government is not helping child refugees are 'fake news' - The Independent

Amber Rudd says reports that the Government are not taking in child refugees were “fake news”. Earlier this month the Government announced it would take just 350 unaccompanied child refugees from Syria under the Dubs amendment as councils said they ...

Immigration will not dramatically fall after Brexit, says Amber Rudd - The Guardian

There will be no dramatic fall in immigration as soon as Britain leaves the EU, the home secretary has suggested, as she announced the government would consult businesses over plans for an immigration system over the summer. In comments that appeared ...

UK to Unveil Brexit Migrant Plans Within Months, Rudd Says - Bloomberg

Britain is to unveil plans for overhauling migrant-worker rules after Brexit in a report later this year, Home Secretary Amber Rudd said, as she promised to act on public fears over immigration. Rudd said her office is “looking at all the different ...

Amber Rudd says 'fake news' is being spread about child refugee numbers - ITV News

Home Secretary Amber Rudd said "fake news" was being spread about the Government's commitment to child refugee resettlement. Speaking on Peston on Sunday, Ms Rudd insisted the UK was helping child refugees and had resettled "large numbers" of ...

Immigration will NOT suddenly fall after Brexit, says Amber Rudd as ministers consider five-year ban on benefits for ... - Daily Mail

Amber Rudd has warned that immigration will not suddenly fall after Brexit as it emerged ministers are considering a five-year ban on benefits for new arrivals. The Home Secretary said there would not be a migration 'cliff edge' when we formally leave ...

Brexit will 'end freedom of movement as we know it', says Home Secretary Amber Rudd - Sky News

Amber Rudd says she is "against cliff edges" and backs David Davis' suggestion the door will not "suddenly shut" after Brexit. 12:24, UK, Sunday 26 February 2017. UK customs Image Caption: Immigration will not suddenly fall, the Home Secretary suggests.

Home secretary Amber Rudd: This is the end of free movement as we know it - City A.M.

I am City A.M.'s digital editor. Having previously worked at Property Week and M [..] Show more. Follow Emma. Ministers Attend David Cameron's Last Cabinet Meeting. Rudd said the government was looking at "all sorts of alternatives" on immigration ...

No sudden drop in immigration post-Brexit - Home Secretary - BT.com

Immigration will not suddenly fall once Britain leaves the European Union, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has suggested. Share this. Facebook; Twitter; Google plus; Email; Share. 0. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said businesses and others will be consulted ...

Brexit means Germany will have to pay more into EU budget - Oettinger - Reuters UK

Guenther Oettinger, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, speaks during the welcome night at the world's biggest computer and software fair CeBit in Hanover, Germany, March 14, 2016. REUTERS/Nigel Treblin. BERLIN Germany and ...

If you want to leave Britain to live in the EU do it before Theresa May triggers Article 50 - International Business Times UK

Theresa May is expected to restrict the rights of EU migrants who arrive after 15 March, 2017. Shane Croucher. By Shane Croucher. February 27, 2017 18:41 GMT. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%.