Should the UK deport immigrants who are considered to be promoting terrorism?statsdiscuss
Labour’s answer: NoThe rebel plan only failed thanks to opposition from Labour and Lib Dem...Source
Should the government enact a stricter immigration policy?statsdiscuss
Labour’s answer: YesLabour says on its website. "We are proud of our diverse and outward-facing country, where people have come from abroad over many generations to build Britain’s businesses, work in our public services and contribute to this country. We also understand that people have legitimate concerns about immigration policy – that's why we believe reforms are needed."
Migrants will not be able to claim benefits for at least two years.
Border controls will be strengthened, plus an extra 1,000 border staff, making it easier to deport foreign criminals and stop illegal immigration.
Exploitation of illegal immigrants in the workplace will be deterred by tougher penalities.
Also promised is a “smarter system of controls” to encourage “top talent” and to control low skilled migration, while workers in “public services in public facing roles” will be required to speak EnglishSource
Should immigrants be deported if they commit a serious crime?statsdiscuss
Labour’s answer: Depends on where they are from, level of integration and threat.Source