The Conservatives are publishing plans to improve the UK’s border security after Brexit.
If the party wins the general election, it says it will introduce automated exit and entrance checks.
It would also make it harder for people with serious criminal convictions to enter the UK from EU countries.
Labour says the UK would no longer have access to EU databases or the European Arrest Warrant, undermining the fight against terror and organised crime.
Announcing the Conservatives’ plan, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: “When people voted to leave in 2016, they were voting to take back control of our borders.
“After Brexit we will introduce an Australian-style points based immigration system and take steps to strengthen our border and improve the security of the UK.”
The party says introducing automated