EU citizens scramble to prove UK residence by Luke Lythgoe | 24.02.2017 Despite a nightmarish process and an 85-page form, there was a further spike in EU citizens applying for proof of UK residence last year. Comment Is EU migration falling faster than even ministers want? by Luke Lythgoe | 23.02.2017 We shouldn't read too much into one quarter's figures. But UK will be damaged by an abrupt fall in migrants. Even David Davis realises that. Comment A one-time expat’s tale: how to control free movement by Stewart Fleming | 21.02.2017 One only has to look at what Belgium does to see that much tighter rules on migration are possible while staying in the EU. Comment Free movement is not as hardline as Theresa May thinks by Nick Kent | 09.02.2017 Our PM and other EU leaders talk as if free movement is absolute. The language in the underlying treaties is much more nuanced. Comment UK doesn’t need a migrant impact fund by Michael Romberg | 31.01.2017 Calls for one validate mistaken belief that migrants are to blame for problems in public services. What we need is to show how they assimilate. Comment If only May had learnt from Swiss before going to Davos by Denis MacShane | 19.01.2017 Irony of choosing Davos to make first foreign defence of taking UK out of EU is that the Swiss are going in exactly opposite direction. Comment Confusion reigns over May’s migration policy by Hugo Dixon | 12.01.2017 Downing St has poured cold water on but not denied minister’s suggestion that firms could be charged £1,000 for each EU worker they hire. Comment It’s time to stop treating students as migrants by David Hannay | 10.01.2017 There’s a chance to remedy this error when the Higher Education and Research Bill begins its passage through the House of Lords this week. Comment How to stop EU citizens being treated like pawns by Hugo Dixon | 12.12.2016 Theresa May mustn’t just guarantee rights of EU citizens living here. She must also deal with the nitty-gritty of figuring out who can stay. Comment Free movement is not frozen movement by Denis MacShane | 07.12.2016 Confirming the reciprocal rights of UK and other EU citizens is well-intentioned. But it is hard to do and shows how complex Brexit is. Farmers reap the harvest of voting Brexit by Charlie Mitchell | 02.12.2016 The National Farmers’ Union campaigned for Remain, but rural areas voted for Leave. With labour shortages growing, British farms are in trouble. Comment Fiasco over right to remain can be repaired by David Hannay | 01.12.2016 Government botched attempt to settle rights of EU citizens in UK and vice versa. Here’s a way of retrieving the situation.