the3million reacts at the news that EU citizens who won’t have applied by the deadline could risk deportation. [Read now...]
Brexit has nurtured the existence of nationalism in the UK’s politics. While one side wishes to return to an imperial Britain ruling the waves, the other believes in a subtle image of a tolerant Britain that never really was. Both are wrong. [Read now...]
Home Office doesn’t know how many EU citizens it has to process by the end of the EU Settlement Scheme.
The Minister of State for Immigration Brandon Lewis’ claim that the EU Settlement Scheme is working is disingenuous. [Read now...]
Writer and EU citizen Nyla Nox wrote an open letter to the 27 EU Leaders (among them Michel Barnier, Guy Verhofstadt, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and many MEPs.). PMP Magazine publishes the letter in its integrality today. [Read now...]
Why are we, EU citizens, calling the Home Office’s decision to end Freedom of Movement on 1 November reckless politics? [Read now...]
Hate Britain – How Theresa May’s ‘hostile environment’ conspired to ruin the lives of a young family.
One family’s depressing and Kafkaesque struggle to stay together, as the Home Office computer repeatedly says NO — all for the sake of a hundred pounds. [Read now...]
The hostile environment, Brexit, the new immigration system and the end of freedom of movement reflect the will of the people. Do they really? [Read now...]
The UK government has done little to prove how it will continue to attract highly skilled migrants after Brexit. [Read now...]
It is impossible to enforce strict immigration controls in the absence of an identity card or registration system. If the UK wants to continue to drive down net migration they will need identity cards and registration system. [Read now...]
In 2012 Theresa May, then-Home Secretary, announced a new approach to immigration: to make Britain a “hostile environment” for people who have “no right to be here”. Imran Arif and Peninah Wangari-Jones’ report on the government’s ‘Hostile Environment policy’. [Read now...]