The recent riot in Dublin dramatically shone a new light on the activities of Ireland’s emerging far right.
Keir Starmer and Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper are desperate not to be viewed as ‘soft on migrants’.
On 19 December the French parliament adopted yet another immigration law.
It’s time for them to go.
The government wants to ‘house’ asylum seekers on the 220-bed accommodation barge.
The arbitrary denial of rights to asylum seekers who arrive by irregular routes threatens the principle of universal democratic and human rights
A disgusting, racist plan.
Despite the many inadequacies of the UK government’s scheme, its effects in terms of the relatively large number of refugees already allowed in under it cannot be denied.
Horrific scenes of families starving and freezing on the Belarusian border represent a new low for human rights in the recent history of Europe.
UK racist border controls are killing people
By Urte March ON THE border between Belarus and its EU neighbours— Poland, Latvia, and Lithuania—refugees from the global south are once again being used as pawns in a vicious inter-state power struggle. Embattled Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has been accused by the EU of manufacturing a migrant ‘crisis’ for the EU in retaliation for […]
By Joe Crathorne BETWEEN 600,000 and 1.2 million undocumented migrants and asylum seekers live in Britain, around 50,000 of whom are each year rounded up and sent to detention centres to be processed and, usually, deported. At any one time up to 3,500 are held indefinitely in prison-like detention centres. These workers, whose only crime […]
By Dave Stockton THE CONFEDERATION of British Industries (CBI), representing 190,000 companies, warned on 18 October that ‘acute’ labour shortages will spread across more and more industries, from construction and distribution to retail and healthcare. And this crisis could last as long as two years. Though hospitality trades have enjoyed a strong bounce-back, this sector […]
Kids in cages are kids in cages, no matter which party puts them there.
Deal or no deal, the working class loses.
Refugees still stranded on Lesbos.
Fires have destroyed the Moria “camp”.
Open the borders to refugees, economic migrants, asylum seekers.
The recent election of a Conservative government, with one of the most openly racist Prime Ministers and Cabinet in living memory, the victory of an openly xenophobic and anti-immigrant Leave campaign in the 2016 referendum, and the rise of racist and xenophobic movements in Britain and throughout the world, have all raised questions as to how the working class movement should respond to what appears to be growing support within the working class for restrictions on immigration
Thurrock Labour's parliamentary candidate has disgracefully remained silent.
In the run up to Labour Party Conference 2019, the Labour bureaucracy has stitched up its members by shutting down debate on freedom of movement.