You can read Robert's speeches and appearances in Parliament below:
The British people have voted to leave the European Union and the Prime Minister has been clear that their will must be respected and del
The Home Office is currently considering any equality impacts as part of the wider considerations as to whether to extend the asylum supp
Protecting the UK border is, and always has been, of paramount importance to this Government.
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) reviews the Shortage Occupation List when commissioned to do so by the Government.
The Department for Communities and Local Government and the Home Office work with councils to resettle refugees in the UK.
In the calendar year 2015 the Civil Penalty Compliance Team shared data from 9,426 cases where an employer had been found liable for a ci
The latest available information is published in table vi_01_q (visa data tables volume 1) in ‘Immigration Statistics, April - June 2016’
The Government is fully committed to the efficient and timely operation of the Dublin Regulation and we are working closely with EU partn
We take abuse of the spouse immigration route very seriously.
The UK continues to be a member of the European Union and therefore EU nationals do not require a visa to come to the UK, nor do British