Chris Mason: Ministers in new bid to reduce immigration

The government has failed to meet its own promises – this week it makes renewed efforts to rectify that. Source link

Minimum worker visa salary to rise under legal migration curbs

The salary hike is expected as part of plans to curb legal migration, which has hit record levels. Source link

British lawyers could be sent to Rwandan courts as part of asylum plans

The government hopes changes to policy will address concerns from the Supreme Court. Source link

BBC should be ‘realistic’ on licence fee – Sunak

The PM welcomes savings at the BBC and says decisions on the fee have not been made. Source link

‘Labour won’t turn on spending taps’ says Starmer

Sir Keir Starmer will say in a speech there will be “huge constraints” if Labour win power. Source link

Can the NHS avoid another winter crisis?

New Heath and Social Care Secretary Victoria Atkins has said that ensuring that the NHS does not suffer a winter crisis is her number one priority. Speaking to the BBC’s…

Glenys Kinnock: The political spouse who became a force in her own right

Glenys Kinnock, the wife of Neil Kinnock, became a prominent political figure in her own right. Source link

Infected blood: Tory rebellion expected on payouts amendment

Up to 30,000 people were given contaminated blood in the 1970s and 1980s. Thousands have died. Source link

Therese Coffey: Brain abscess from stress left me ‘close to dying’

The Suffolk MP spent a month in hospital in 2018 and had to rebuild “aspects” of her memory. Source link

Glenys Kinnock: Former minister and campaigner dies aged 79

Baroness Kinnock, a lifelong socialist campaigner, served as a minister under Gordon Brown. Source link