Cameron Boyle

Cameron Boyle is a writer originally from Whitby. He enjoys having the opportunity to bring important issues to light in his writing. He is an avid football supporter and charity volunteer.

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New Reports Assess Changes to Asylum Support Contracts

Asylum Support Contracts Examined in Two New Reports On Friday 3 July, Asylum Matters alongside Refugee Action and 40 other refugee support organisations released a report examining the failures of the asylum accommodation and support system. ...

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Refugee Week: Lockdown Continues at Greek Refugee Camps

Lockdown at Greek Refugee Camps Extended The Greek government has stated that lockdown restrictions at refugee camps will continue until at least the 21st of June. With just 3,121 cases and 183 deaths, Greece’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has...

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BAME Women Most Affected By Pandemic Pressures

Coronavirus Exerting Intense Pressure on BAME Women The COVID-19 pandemic is placing intense financial and psychological pressure on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women. According to new research fronted by the Fawcett Society, nearly half...

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BAME People More Likely to Receive COVID-19 Fines

BAME Groups Disproportionately Hit By COVID-19 Fines Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups in the UK are statistically more likely to receive COVID-19 fines than the white population.  According to joint analysis by Liberty...

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Syrian Asylum Seeker Dies in Glasgow Hotel

Relocated Asylum Seeker Found Dead in Glasgow Hotel A Syrian asylum seeker has been found dead in a Glasgow hotel after being moved there as part of the Home Office’s COVID-19 response. The asylum seeker’s identity has now been confirmed as Adnan...

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Migrants Need Temporary Leave to Remain During COVID-19

A coalition of charities has called on the government to grant temporary leave to remain to all undocumented migrants amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The demands have been made in an open letter to Boris Johnson, which highlights the ‘dire...

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Furloughed Employees Urged to Help ‘Save the Harvest’

The government’s Environment Secretary George Eustice has urged millions of furloughed employees to help pick fruit and vegetables during June’s harvest season.  The agricultural sector is highly reliant on migrant labour during the summer...