The numbers on how many asylum seekers the UK accepts.
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.
Research explains how asylum seekers choose their destination country.
The illegal migration bill makes much of the Nationality and Borders Act redundant.
Although English to speakers of other languages (Esol) is treated like any other subject, it can offer far more to those learners.
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.
Britain is now desperately short of workers in some sectors. Yet our interviews with 100 women aged 50 and over show how hard it is for them to find secure employment
UK law says that detention should only be used when deportation is imminent.
The use of scientific processes would be a huge improvement on the UK’s current methods for assessing the age of asylum seekers.
The human rights act dictates that the UK is obliged to protect asylum seekers. So why is the home secretary ignoring it?
The hardship of the pandemic has exposed the extreme nature of a policy the prime minister didn’t even appear to know about.
Global capitalist pressures on labour markets and the search for cheaper workers can lead to slavery.
Changes to immigration rules have left migrants without family and friends in the UK trapped in immigration detention – despite being granted bail.
While the UK does not indefinitely detain children, there are cases where minors are held – and in extreme cases, separated from their parents.
Inconsistencies in how judges handle appeal cases and different levels of legal provision around the country can leave asylum seekers facing a lottery.