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, […]
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.
The UK Border Agency’s officials regularly seize large amounts of undeclared cash from travellers and migrants at the UK border.
By Keval Dhokia Theresa May lambasts immigrants in first speech since release of new census data Despite Britain’s dangerously low birth rate and shrinking workforce, Theresa May, Home Secretary, has […]
Story of the week: Cameron clampdown on the judicial review of asylum, immigration and environmental decisions.
By Keval Dhokia IMMIGRANTS from the Balkan state of Croatia, which will become a full EU member on 1st July 2013, will be subjected to “transitional restrictions” that will inhibit […]