Category Archives: Immigration

One or two right notes, but certainly in the wrong order


The news that Theresa and Jeremy have begun to meet, claiming to discuss a way forward that will work across their two large parties should be seen by many people who believe in a two party system as a very … Continue reading

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The Government appears to have a chaotic immigration policy


On Monday in Parliament four Conservative MPs including Gillian Keegan, the MP for Chichester asked Sajid Javid the same question and then there was a brief set of additional questions from them and some colleagues from other parties. The answers … Continue reading

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A poor grasp of racism from someone who should know much better


Over the last ten days there have been two public statements by Melanie Phillips on the theme of racism that both raise some serious questions. According to Wikipedia Melanie who is a Jew was born to parents who arrived in … Continue reading

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The Home Office needs refloating


Two early examples so far this year have emerged from different places making it clear that the Home Office needs to be reformed in a manner that introduces some credible elements, or perhaps divided up into components that are each … Continue reading

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Lets have some consistency in our border rules!


I am really delighted to read this article from the Guardian that at long last the Police are going to end some of their formal processes that for far too long have connected then to the UK Visas and Immigration … Continue reading

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NHS risks damaging Australian communities


In the light of recent stories of medics who are being deported or threatened with deportation from the UK for reasons that make very little sense to most people who live here and rely on the NHS, it seems very … Continue reading

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77 days detention while we wait for the Home Office to come up with its plan!


On the last day of term in Parliament back at the end of July, a debate took place on the theme of Immigration Detention and specifically on the Review carried out by Stephen Shaw which was Commissioned in September 2017 … Continue reading

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