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Under the Conservative government, tough immigration changes will take effect from this Autumn as well as in April 2016. Here are how the changes could affect you: Services Immigration status can now impact certain aspects of your daily  life with your passport being checked more often. For example, civil penalties could be given to employers if they do […]

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David Cameron says he will not give up on his immigration target despite net migration to the UK reaching its highest level for a decade. Net migration rose by 50% to 318,000 last year – with sharp increases from inside and outside the EU. A total of 641,000 people moved to the UK in 2014, […]

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Economic migrants rescued from the Mediterranean while trying to reach Europe should be returned home, Home Secretary Theresa May has suggested. Writing in the Times, she said offering everyone resettlement regardless of circumstances would only encourage more to make “these perilous journeys”. She said this was why the UK was not backing a planned quota […]

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The European Court of Justice has found the British visa system for family members of EU citizens to be illegal. Current visa regulations breach EU laws on free movement, European judges have ruled. The European Union’s court said that Britain would no longer require entry visas for non-EU persons who were family members of EU […]

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Over the next 15 years more than half a million new homes will have to be built in London as the capital’s immigrant population is expected to soar by over a million.  Even this massive building project is based on the assumption that one million Londoners will leave for other parts of Britain during that […]

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