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    London event to inform EU citizens of their rights after Brexit

    Short workshops and free legal advice will be held in London to help EU citizens living in the UK know their rights after Brexit. If you want to know what’s the present political and legal position is for EU nationals who want to live and work in the UK after Brexit, then you should attend […] More

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    Manhunt under way after explosion on packed London Underground train

    A manhunt has been launched after a bomb was detonated in a suspected terror attack on a packed London Underground train. Witnesses described scenes of terror and panic as the blast sent a “fireball” and a “wall of flame” through a District line service at Parsons Green station in West London. Police suspect the explosion […] More

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    Racism affects a third of British BAME workers, says TUC

    Over a third of black and minority ethnic (BAME) workers in the UK suffer racism in the form of bullying and abuse, a study by the TUC has revealed. The survey of more than 1,000 British BAME people reveals that nearly half (47%) of those who were verbally abused at work say this was because […] More

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    Restaurant owners complain of “unfair” curry house immigration raids

    Owners of Britain’s curry houses have accused the Home Office of carrying out unfair raids on restaurants across the country. The sector employs about 100,000 people but is facing problems because of a shortage of skilled chefs and a reluctance on the part of a younger generation to join family firms, the Guardian reported. The […] More

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    Tony Blair: UK doesn’t need Brexit to curb EU immigration

    Former prime minister Tony Blair has urged Britain to introduce tough new controls on immigration from the European Union without actually having to leave the bloc. Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show, Mr Blair who was one of the most prominent anti-Brexit campaigners, said there were ways of controlling EU immigration without leaving. He […] More

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    UK government plans to end freedom of movement after Brexit “morally bankrupt”

    First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has strongly condemned leaked UK government plans threatening to restrict immigration from the EU after Brexit. She described such plans as “morally bankrupt”. The leaked document shows how the government plans to make it very difficult for EU nationals living in the UK to be joined by their members. […] More

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    Leaked Home Office document reveals plans to turn EU nationals into “Skype families” after Brexit

    The UK government is planning to weaken family reunion rights for European Union nationals in Britain, a leaked Home Office document on immigration policy post-Brexit has revealed. The document which has drawn sharp criticism, applies a narrower definition of term ‘family member’ and dumps EU definitions of “extended” family members. According to the document obtained […] More

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    UK commissions assessment of social and economic impact of international students

    The UK government has commissioned its independent advisers on migration to complete a detailed assessment of the social and economic impact of international students in the UK. The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) will examine the impact both EU and non-EU students have on the labour market and economy whilst in the UK. The other issues […] More

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    Toxic immigration debate hindering integration in UK, MPs claim

    The toxic nature of the immigration debate in the UK is hindering the integration of immigrant communities in Britain, the head of a group of MPs has said. Chuka Umunna, who chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on social integration, urged the government to take urgent action to build a “more cohesive society”. He […] More