Labour has vowed to crack down on smuggling gangs.
New refugees have just 28 days to access the essential services they need to rebuild their lives in the UK. In the ‘destitution gap’, many will become homeless.
The UK government is briefing that a remote patch of land in the South Atlantic could become a processing hub for people crossing the Channel in small boats.
Politicians like Rishi Sunak and Suella Braverman act as a symbol of diversity while advocating for policies that harm minority ethnic groups.
The relationship between net migration and support for the governing party is positive.
After Brexit, the UK has had fewer migrants from the EU, but they have been far outstripped by people coming from elsewhere.
Net migration numbers tell us little about the effectiveness of migration policy.
Albania has a falling birthrate and few jobs for young people.
We wanted to examine not only the experiences that drove asylum seekers to the UK, but also the psychological effects of their experiences in the asylum system.
The UK can count asylum seeker housing for 12 months as international aid.
The illegal migration bill is performative politics that allows the Conservatives to blame opponents ahead of a key election.
The UK government’s plan to remove asylum seekers will likely face legal challenges.
Schools, friends, support and local knowledge can’t be picked up and moved to a different city.
Many asylum applications are rejected on grounds that dismiss the dire situations in applicants’ countries of origin.
Labour and Conservatives share a desire to wean the UK off a dependency on migrant labour.
Leaving the EU has meant leaving a series of agreements on immigration.
Recent scenes at Victoria Station and Manston immigration centre are one way the government drives anti-migration sentiment.
Tensions between Hindus and Muslims have been growing in Leicester for months. The city’s leadership needs to take the time to understand why.
A UK plan to move asylum seekers on its shores to Rwanda has been met with stiff opposition from human rights organizations. But the UK persists, and Rwanda is all too willing.
The legacy of racism in both the United States and the United Kingdom has impacted the ability of Blacks and other ethnic groups to accumulate wealth.