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The High Court and the Unfair Detention of Asylum Seekers

The High Court and the Unfair Detention of Asylum Seekers On Wednesday , the High Court gave judgment in a legal challenge brought by my organisation ,

The Blog - Huffington Post - 12 Jul 2014

Thousands head to UK as crisis grips southern Europe

Thousands head to UK as crisis grips southern Europe ROCKETING numbers of migrants fleeing crisis-hit Mediterranean countries are heading for...

Express.co.uk - 11 Jul 2014

Traffickers jailed in London for prostituting 23-year-old Nigerian woman

...there as a prostitute. The 23-year-old was stopped by Italian immigration officers, who noticed her false passport. Upon her return to the UK ,

Thomson Reuters Foundation - 11 Jul 2014

Home Office wins judgment on minimum income threshold

...must not be established in the UK at the taxpayer s expense Immigration and Security Minister James Brokenshire said: I am delighted that the ...

Inside Government - GOV.UK - 11 Jul 2014

Pressure is on for Brits as one in six jobs are held by migrants

Pressure is on for Brits as one in six jobs are held by migrants The number of UK people in low-pay roles has fallen by 1.1million since 1997 .

Daily Star - 9 Jul 2014

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Only a free Press can lift the lid on scandal

...when he identifies failing schools as a driving force of mass immigration , his warning demands respect and action. Confirming everything this.. .

Mail On Sunday - 9 Jul 2014

Firms forced to take on migrants because school leavers don't even have basic skills

...look people in the eye and get out of bed , according to immigration experts. They are also given little incentive to work by the benefits system ,

Mail On Sunday - 9 Jul 2014

Migrants DO take our jobs: Britons losing out to foreign workers, says offical study

...to foreign workers with one in six low-skilled jobs now held by an immigrant. The number of British-born people in lowly-paid jobs has fallen ...

Express.co.uk - 9 Jul 2014

Trafficking and smuggling are different crimes

Financial Times Print Edition (Europe) - 8 Jul 2014

Immigration damages house prices, say Home Office advisers

Immigration damages house prices, say Home Office advisers Property prices fall 1.6 per cent for every percentage point of migrants who move ...

Telegraph.co.uk - 8 Jul 2014

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