UK Immigration

Mental Health, Disability and Deportation

The Government has shown its lack of interest in assisting individuals with mental health issues, as seen by the cuts to funding for mental health services. The most vulnerable people who are experiencing mental health difficulties have intersecting...

Stretched Care Sector Faces Loss of 460,000 Workers

General Union GMB has warned the Government that the UK’s care system is facing a “black hole” due to expected staff shortages of 460,000 if new immigration policies are carried out as planned. As many of those working in the field are deemed “low...

Wirral Stages Day of Refugee Celebration

In a world where the dominant narrative regarding refugees, asylum seekers or vulnerable migrants is one of disdain and distrust, celebratory coverage gets lost in the hurricane of hate. It is therefore important that media highlights the stories of...

Will International Students Abandon the UK?

International students make up a significant part of the UK’s student body. As Boris Johnson and Priti Patel’s new immigration policies are enforced, will international students still be interested in building their careers here? Students from all...

“Gross Failures”: Another Man Dies in Detention

The devastating death of Prince Fosu, a Ghanian national and asylum seeker in the UK, consolidates years of warnings from officials about the horrific treatment of detainees in Immigration Removal Centres (IRCs). Mr Fosu was a vulnerable man who...

Refugees in Scotland have been given the vote

Scotland And Refugees: A Healthy Relationship

Scotland’s decision to grant refugees the vote further evidences its progressive and inclusive approach to displaced people.  As has been discussed previously on ImmiNews, other parts of the UK could learn a great deal about the social...