March for homes campaigners will get together on the 31st January to demand for a better and just housing policy.
Maria Faraheen, JCWI Campaigns Intern, writes on why JCWI is supporting this campaign.
JCWI has been successful in two judicial review cases in the Upper Tribunal. We hope that this victory will benefit many families who are unfairly kept in limbo in Britain.
Richenda Buxton, JCWI Casework Solicitor, challenged the Home Office’s failure to grant status to dependants in two cases where the main applicant was granted status under the Home Office’s “Legacy” programme.
Channel 4's controversial 'Immigration Street' programme, filmed in Derby Road – Southampton,
It’s not quite clear to us why Nigel Farage was interviewed yesterday about the terror attacks at Charlie Hebdo. The barbaric attacks in France yesterday have nothing to do with immigration, yet Farage’s starting point was this, accusing ‘these people’ of coming here and holding our passports then hating us in return.
Who ‘these people’ are Farage did not explain but the inference was one which lumps Muslims, and all Muslims, in with the acts of three French citizens.
Chancellor George Osborne rejects Theresa May’s recent proposal to prevent International students staying once they have graduated due to warning that the move would damage British universities and business.
Campaigners including inventor Sir James Dyson have contributed to the rejection of the measure. In a recent article published in the Guardian, Dyson labels May’s proposal as 'shortsighted vote-chasing’,
Even Tory High Commander for London, Mayor Boris Johnson, thinks the Government's immigration policies are not working. And when the government's usual bed fellow business leaders are speaking out about the cultural benefits migrants contribute to society it’s about time to rethink our approach to immigration.
JCWI wishes festive seasons greetings to all our friends over this holiday period.
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Contradictory comments on immigration from Labour undermine Ed Miliband's pledge to engage supporters on issues such as NHS and penalising bosses.
In an address to party members at a Labour event earlier this week in Great Yarmouth, Ed Miliband took a stand on immigration and against rogue bosses but then, according to a leaked document entitled 'Campaigning Against UKIP', Lucy Powell MP suggested steering away from immigration on doorsteps and engaging voters on issues such as the NHS instead.
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