DIVISIONS on the far right saw Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban defeated in his bid to pass anti-refugee amendments to the constitution yesterday.
Mr Orban, head of the ruling Fidesz party, received 131 votes for the five amendments while only three MPs voted against — but...
Wednesday 9th Nov 2016
posted by Ben Chacko in World
CITIZENS UK demonstrated at the Home Office in Croydon yesterday as they warned that child refugees were at risk of suicide following the closure of the Calais Jungle camp.
Many children are suffering a “significant deterioration” in their mental health as transfers from...
Monday 7th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
FRENCH police began evicting almost 4,000 refugees from a camp in Paris’s Battle of Stalingrad Square yesterday.
Carrying their meagre belongings, the migrants boarded dozens of buses to temporary shelters around the Paris region, where authorities said they could apply for...
Saturday 5th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
Gambia goalkeeper Fatim Jawara drowned last month crossing the M\editerranean sea, a Gambian spokesman said yesterday.
The 19-year-old is believed to have died while trying to cross from Libya to Europe on a boat.
Association president Lamin Kaba Bajo said: “She will be...
Friday 4th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
TURKISH Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu threatened to scrap the refugee return deal with the EU yesterday as an extradition row erupted with Germany.
He told Swiss daily Neue Zurcher Zeitung: “Our patience is approaching an end” over Brussels’s procrastination over...
Queens Park Rangers offered yesterday to provide coaches to help bring refugee children stranded in France to Britain.
The Championship club said it has already had talks with officials at Hammersmith & Fulham Council in west London to try to help the kids in Calais.
Wednesday 2nd Nov 2016
ANTI-RACISM campaigners will picket the Home Office today calling on the British government to accept more children from the demolished refugee camp in Calais.
Hundreds of unaccompanied children from the Jungle camp are now without shelter, regular food and water, according to Stand Up...
Tuesday 1st Nov 2016
Internal memorandum from the Ministry of Propaganda (sorry… Home Office. Old habits die hard).
Minutes of Home Office discussion on human rights and immigration.
For civil service eyes only.
It has been brought to the department’s attention that its plans...
Saturday 29th Oct 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Features
The Tories are trying to divide us by spreading hatred of migrants – we must not allow them to succeed, says SABBY DHALU
posted by Morning Star in Features
Greens demand safe passage of Calais minors
Thursday 27th Oct 2016