Politician receives highest honour for making changes to immigration system
“Today we must face up to our reality. It is time for all of us – the government and the public – to see that it is our best chance of saving the public purse and saving Britain’s place in the world.”
The bill, being ta블랙 잭bled by Justice Secretary David Gauke, will see a review of whether migrant criminals should receive a prison sentence of between 15 and 35 years.
The Home Secretary also ordered an independent review into why British citizens are being targeted with the so-called ‘right to remain’ rule.
Minister David Willetts called the decision “a bold and sensible step forward to ensure we keep our commitments in Europe”.
It comes after a Home Office report found that in England and Wales only two per cent of offenders have the option to leave the country under Article 50.
The Home Secretary said: “I want to give serious consideration to a review into the UK’s immigration rules to give our laws the necessary checks and balances to ensure they are effective in protecting public health, safety and the economy.
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It comes after Home Secretary Theresa May has warned that people arriving from Europe should leave the UK before “the clock runs out” for the country to leave the EU.
She is also seeking to reassure the electorate that Britain would not be bullied into accepting immigrants.