Last week we published a blog summarising David Cameron’s key renegotiation points r
Today the Supreme Court is to hear cases of families broken apart by the minimum income rules for foreign spouses
- The Supreme Court will hear the cases of two British nationals and a resident here who can't afford to have non-EU spouses come and live with them.
Less than 6 months ago the tragic image of Aylan Kurdi caught the world’s attention.
Today, as the EU Summit begins, we look at what will be discussed, the details of Cameron’s renegotiation package and provide a detailed analysis of his proposals to amend benefits for EU citizens.
This week the European Union Council President Donald Tusk released the text summarising Britain’s renegotiation. With regards to migrants, the key points are:
- The ‘Right to Rent’ scheme will increase discrimination against all BME migrants and British citizens without documents (17.5% of British citizens do not hold a passport).
- The scheme
Over half of British women would be blocked from bringing non-EEA spouse/ partner to UK under Immigration Rules
British families are currently being ripped apart under the guise of ‘controlling immigration’.
The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants are delighted with the ground-breaking ruling yesterday that three unaccompanied youths and a dependant adult should, under European rules, be allowe