Tag Archives: immigrants

‘Neither criminals, nor animals!’ A week of unrest in Britain’s migrant jails

Lack of legal representation. Poor medical care. Threat of solitary confinement. Immigration detainees in England and Scotland protest against what they claim is routine inhumanity by the state and its commercial contractors. Words of a detainee at Campsfield IRC The UK immigration authorities and their commercial partners are trying to...
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Immigrants need free life-saving A&E care, MPs told

Immigrants should continue to receive free life-saving emergency care in the UK, a leading medic has told MPs. Terence Stephenson, chairman of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, said “common compassion” should decide when such treatment is offered. The government wants to introduce a £200-a-year levy towards the cost of...
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Lampedusa: Never again

The terrible migrant deaths off the Italian island have evoked horror across the continent. In a small camp in France, Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi talks to their fellow countrymen and women who have survived: their hopes, dreams, and learning to feel unwelcome in Europe. “Lots of journalists come and take pictures and...
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Lord Tebbit: Immigrants From third World Countries Come Here to Create a Different World, of their Own; They have no intention of Integrating.

“The Bigger problems that are caused in our cities are caused by immigrants from the third world, who have got no intention of integrating here. They are people who left their countries, came here, and they are trying to recreate their country in our country. We don’t have much of...
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