We’ve found and mapped 70 community-based organisations dedicated to assisting migrants old and new.
By Keval Dhokia In a frank interview on BBC’s Newsnight last Monday Victor Ponta, the Romanian Prime Minister, acknowledged that he was: “very aware that Romanian citizens committed crime (in […]
Immigration controls prevent the recruitment of skilled workers from outside the EU and stunt the UK’s economic growth according to the chief executive of an Old Street start-up.
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 […]
Story of the week: pressure groups call on Foreign Office to save Syrian students from deportation.
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.
By Keval Dhokia The first peer from London’s burgeoning Gujarati community, Lord Popat of Harrow, has been selected by the Prime Minister and approved by the Queen, as a government […]