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The Guardian recently reported that a German PhD student was told she would be at risk of removal if she could not produce medical insurance...
The UK’s treatment of the survivors of torture came under further scrutiny last week when the Minister of State for Immigration, Robert Goodwill,...
The Criminal Finances Bill is nearing the final stages of its journey through Parliament. Following the Panama Papers leaks in 2016, Theresa May...
In a major embarrassment for the intelligence agencies, Wikileaks has released a huge cache of confidential information apparently revealing the true...
Theresa May’s Government has suffered a setback in its plans to enact the so-called Brexit Bill. On 1 March 2017 The House of Lords voted by 358 to...
One of the most contentious issues in the debate around the post-Brexit immigration system has been the cut-off date for the free movement of EU...
In July 2012 the Immigration Rules ['the Rules'] were amended to establish new entry requirements for non-EU nationals to join their partners in the...
People detained in immigration removal centres will normally have committed no crime and have been put there solely because there is something wrong...
The government has recently announced the details of a change to migrant workers rules with an aim of reducing demand for migrant labour from British...
Following a complaint against the state of Belgium by a Syrian family, the Advocate General Paolo Mengozzi announced on 7 February 2017 that where...
The Supreme Court's recent decision in Mirza and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] UKSC 63 makes clear that s.3C of the...
A High Court ruling has found that the Detained Fast-Track procedures in place between 2005-2014 were unlawful and ultra vires.

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