Despite its talk of helping Afghan refugees, the government is passing new laws to harass migrants
When a Home Office van appeared on Kenmure Street in Glasgow southside early in the morning of 13 May and bundled two men out of their homes, the community responded immediately. Within minutes, an activist from the No Evictions Network had laid down underneath the van to stop it from moving, and a crowd gathered […]
Refugees still stranded on Lesbos.
We must resist the Tories' demonisation and violent victimisation of some of the most vulnerable people on earth.
Return the Chagos Islands to Mauritius.
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
Trade unions and Labour MPs should oppose this attack on workers and fight for the progressive policy passed at conference