PM will call US president on Tuesday, after Trump moved to ban immigration and allegations swirl about China.
More than 786,000 people have been infected with COVID-19 in the US.
A poem recited by members of the black and minority ethnic communities of Britain has gone viral. You Clap Me Now showcases the essential key workers, a large percentage of whom have immigrated or come from immigrant families, and their work during the pandemic to keep Britons safe. The poem is written by Darren Smith, Sachini Imbuldeniya produced the video and editing is by Ruben Alvarado.
Tens of thousands of migrants are putting their lives in harm’s way to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic, writes Cryton Chikoko.
MPs brand huge hike in immigration health surcharge "shameful".
If You’re Not Counted, You Don’t Count: The Invisible Children Being Held In Detention Around Europe
Minors are detained in places described as ‘transit or waiting zones’, raising concerns they are not being counted in official statistics.
Wigan MP Lisa Nandy discusses with HuffPost UK’s Paul Waugh her bid to become leader of the Labour party. Lisa Nandy has been one of the most vocal critics of the political party’s over-centralisation during her decade as an MP and given her stark assessment of why Labour has been losing traditional working class and northern voters. Here she sets out the ways she would plan on winning them back from Conservative MPs.
Wigan MP blames hard left deselection threats for loss of seats like Leigh and calls for regional immigration policy.
Priti Patel’s former special adviser James Starkie joins the team to give his verdict on the explosive briefing war engulfing the home secretary and her officials. The former Vote Leave ally of Dominic Cummings also explains why Boris Johnson’s controversial aide is going nowhere. And the team dissect the UK and EU’s opening negotiating positions to ask: what is the point of the PM’s hardline push for “divergence”? With Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth.
Priti Patel has seen a meteoric rise within the government since becoming an MP in 2010. However, the home secretary has also packed in numerous controversies in that time in relation to her views, undeclared meetings with senior Israeli officials and the announcement of a controversial post-Brexit immigration policy that has divided many.