Elias Apetsi detained just hours after NUS election
Monday 21st Mar 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Those who think this landmass can’t fit 5,000 traumatised and freezing humans are plain wrong, writes BEN COWLES
Friday 4th Mar 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
THE government’s strict immigration controls may have triggered an NHS nursing crisis with tough caps having no effect on reducing net migration, a parliamentary report revealed yesterday.
NHS Trusts complained that the government’s “counter-productive” measures...
Saturday 19th Dec 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Scapegoating foreigners for people’s problems is typical Tory bluster, says Stand Up to Racism’s SABBY DHALU
Tuesday 10th Nov 2015
THE Home Office came under fire yesterday for huge delays and blunders in immigration cases.
More than two-thirds of complaints against the department and its agencies were upheld by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman last year.
In 2014-15, 158 complaints were...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
MORE than 1,000 people are expected to surround Yarl’s Wood women’s detention centre today in a bid to pressure government to shut such institutions altogether.
The Bedfordshire facility is one of 14 immigration jails in Britain holding up to 30,000 people.
Saturday 7th Nov 2015
THE Supreme Court ruled against Tory immigration policy yesterday less than a day after Home Secretary Theresa May presented MPs with a first reading of her Immigration Bill.
Judges unanimously ruled that the Australian-inspired points-based system implemented in 2008 did not have a...
Thursday 15th Oct 2015
Britain has been immersed in a toxic political climate on asylum and immigration, but DIANE ABBOTT has hope that this could be about to change
Monday 28th Sep 2015
TORY Home Secretary Theresa May embarrassingly lost two court battles with asylum-seekers in the space of a few days, it was revealed yesterday.
In one High Court case, a judge ruled that a 27-year-old Ethiopian man is entitled to damages because he had been unlawfully held in an...
Tuesday 15th Sep 2015
75 years on, the foreign and female fighters to whom we owe our liberty are only now being honoured, writes PETER FROST