Back in June a YouGov survey for the Sunday Times revealed that most people believe immigration is a significant concern, and that the rules need to be tightened. 69% wanted […]
We’ve painstakingly mapped all the embassies, consulates and commissions in London, you won’t find a map like this on any other migrant resource site. Click here to view it and find your embassy. Or […]
London is now known as France’s sixth biggest city. Despite stereotypical views of the UK hosting bad weather and bad food, it is estimated that around 400,000 French people are […]
Economists attack the migrant crackdown proposed in the Queen’s opening speech to Parliament.
Michael Smith came to the U.K. to study seven years ago. In 2009 he received a post-study work visa and started his own business, and by 2011 he had met all the requirements for a Tier 1 “highly skilled” work visa.
At the annual state opening of parliament, amongst a flat rate pension and making language compulsory from the age of seven in schools, the generic term ‘immigration’ was high on the list, […]
A new report from the NGO, Bail for Immigration Detainees, has shown that 200 children have been split from parents in immigration detention.
The number of pending asylum cases that have been waiting for over six months for a decision has nearly doubled since February 2012, according to figures from the government’s monthly asylum application statistics, released yesterday.
It has long been argued that with climate change will come mass immigration from developing countries, worst hit by droughts, flooding and other natural disasters, to developed ones. I interviewed Dr Hein de Haas of Oxford’s Migration Observatory on the real causes of immigration, and why the idea that North America and Europe are the top destinations for migrants is a myth.
Is your identity defined by your passport? We interviewed Lizzy Turner who feels in limbo between her Belgian and British identities.