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.
By Keval Dhokia 1) A negative campaign apparently to correct the impression that London’s streets are ”paved with gold” is being considered by the British Prime Minister David Cameron, in […]
A Historical Analysis of the Intersection Between ‘Race’ and Gender in the Control of Immigration. A guest blog by Australian academics Dr Evan Smith & Dr Marinella Marmo explores the […]
By Keval Dhokia Non-EU postgraduate numbers in UK fall for first time in 16 years The number of postgraduate students travelling from non-EU countries to study at UK universities has […]
By Keval Dhokia 1. Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show, a week before his key speech on Europe, the PM David Cameron vowed to make immigration tougher for EU citizens, […]
Story of the week: new cross-party group set to support migration debate in 2013.
Story of the week: Cameron clampdown on the judicial review of asylum, immigration and environmental decisions.
Top story of the week: Tesco fined for hiring international students who were breaking visa conditions.