TRADE unions and the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) joined forces yesterday to demand that around three million EU migrants be allowed to stay in the country after Brexit is triggered.
In an unusual collaboration, the two bodies wrote to PM Theresa May in a call to end uncertainty...
Monday 19th Dec 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Far from condemning the recent rise of xenophobia, the British government has done everything it can to foster it, writes AISHA DODWELL, highlighting seven horrid examples
Tuesday 6th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
Zambian nurse wins right to stay a bit longer
Thursday 1st Dec 2016
LABOUR MP Stephen Kinnock called for the party to “move away from multiculturalism” and “stand for one group, the British people” at a meeting on immigration in Parliament.
The controversial comments were made at an event on Tuesday night held by Labour...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
SUPPORTERS of a Zambian nurse facing imminent deportation staged a vigil in her support yesterday in her home city of Manchester.
Dianne Ngoza, who came to Britain 14 years ago, is a well known there as a campaigner for human rights and against destitution.
Tuesday 29th Nov 2016
The debate must be reframed, not ceding ground to the right or letting real concerns go unnoticed, argues JOHN GREEN
Tuesday 18th Oct 2016
We must resist Amber Rudd’s divisive immigration proposals if we are to build unity and solidarity between migrants and the wider working class, writes DON FLYNN
Saturday 15th Oct 2016
ZITA HOLBOURNE writes on the men and women forcibly deported from Britain and dumped in Jamaica thousands of miles away from their families and support networks
Wednesday 28th Sep 2016
GOVERNMENT plans for a “census” of immigrant children have raised a storm of protest from more than 20 campaign groups.
The government has launched plans to collect information on all immigrant children aged from two to 19.
School staff may be expected to help...
Tuesday 27th Sep 2016
by Our News Desk
MINISTERS should grant citizenship to all EU nationals working in the NHS as part of efforts to stop a post-Brexit brain drain, the Institute for Public Policy Research said yesterday.
The IPPR also called on Home Secretary Amber Rudd to end the...
Friday 26th Aug 2016