How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue

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Over 20 years, the debate about freedom of movement has become skewed by a hostile narrative. Few chance encounters have had a greater political impact than Gordon Brown’s fateful meeting with Gillian Duffy on an April morning in Rochdale in … Read More

Supreme Court hears case on DACA

WASHINGTON (SBG) – Outside the Supreme Court Tuesday, protests erupted, as the nine justices heard oral arguments in a case that could determine the future for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. In a memorandum issued by then-Secretary of … Read More

As Europe shuts out migrants, activists are pushing back

Europeans are uniting to defend migrants’ rights at the grassroots, developing “translocal” campaigns. In July, a nondescript blue vessel drifting along the Italian coast became the latest flashpoint in Europe’s “migration crisis.” For the people on board, mostly from African … Read More

EU must take responsibility for Syrian refugees in Turkey – NGO director

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The European Union must continue protecting Syrian refugees within Turkey, but should also take further responsibility and resettle more of them, Human Rights Watch associate director Gerry Simpson wrote in an op-ed published by the EU Observer on Wednesday. More effort from … Read More

Chrysochoidis: Migrant arrivals on Greek islands are ‘unmanageable’

The problem created on the Greek islands of the eastern Aegean with the rising number of migrant and refugee arrivals in the past few months is “unmanageable” and “explosive,” Citizens’ Protection Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis said on Wednesday, speaking at a … Read More

France Announces Tough New Measures on Immigration

With municipal elections approaching, President Emmanuel Macron hopes the stricter stance will lure voters away from the far right. The measures announced by President Emmanuel Macron of France on Wednesday included tightening access to health services for new asylum seekers.Credit…Pool … Read More

Tom Homan has chilling warning: Mexico massacre is exactly why we need the wall

Retired ICE Director Tom Homan reiterated the urgent need for a southern U.S. border wall amid an escalating number of violent crimes being committed in Mexico. Homan spoke of the massacre of nine Americans on Monday as innocent mothers and … Read More

Crisis At The Border: The Collection Of DNA Samples From Migrants

Crisis At The Border: The Collection Of DNA Samples From Migrants On October 21st, 2019, the Department of Justice issued a proposal that would permit the collection of DNA samples from migrants detained at the southern U.S. border. The biometric … Read More

Europe on brink of new refugee crisis ‘EVEN GREATER’ than 2015 – German Interior Minister

FILE PHOTO. ©  Global Look Press / Nicolas Economou Europe may soon face a massive inflow of refugees and migrants that will be even bigger than at the peak of the infamous crisis, Germany’s Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has warned, urging … Read More

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