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Ignore the factless, xenophobic voices. Immigration is vital for the UK. Millions of lives depend on it.
Asian students were bullied and excluded during the SARS outbreak. Here is how we can get schools to help prevent that happening again.
Tanya Loretta Dee had the courage a few days ago to speak out, name and challenge an unacceptable hateful behaviour she experienced in her bus in London. Boris Johnson’s own words and behaviour encourage this sort of incident.
The unpleasant ‘Happy Brexit Day’ poster misses the fact that the vast majority of people in the UK recognise the benefits of multilingualism.
Should ‘their’ taxes fund ‘our’ left behind? Critical notes on Global Future’s migration dividend fund.3 min read
EU citizens are part of society, part of communities, and how our taxes are spent should reflect that, Dr Helen de Cruz writes.
In the run-up to its adoption conference on 10 December, we are likely to see a lot of misinformation about the Global Compact for Migration agreement, both online and in the traditional media.