Home Office demand for EU citizens to apply for settled status will 'inevitably' leave swathes of vulnerable people unable to prove right to be in Britain in years to come, warn campaigners Independent - Published
The support of our readers has made it possible for us to expose the Windrush scandal, the data breach that threatened to bring down Facebook, to cover the legalisation of abortion in Ireland, the rise..
According to Reuters, Britain set out the biggest overhaul of its immigration policy on Wednesday, ending special treatment for European Union nationals, but some business groups criticized the plans...
The occasional frontman of Bloc Party is back to doing what he does best – whatever the hell he wants to...
Since releasing of ‘Silent Alarm’ with his band Bloc Party in 2005, Kele Okereke has.. Clash - Published
Dean Ablakwa, 34, currently stateless in Accra despite having British birth certificate and studying and working in UK for more than a decade, raising fresh questions about government's treatment of.. Independent - Published
The underground talent writes for Clash...
It's been a strange year for underground culture in this country.
Stormzy broke yet another glass ceiling, winning two BRIT Awards while using his.. Clash - Published
Wind your neck back to March 28 2017. Fifteen protestors are attempting to prevent a plane chartered by the Home Office to deport illegal immigrants from leaving London’s Stansted airport. The plane.. Anorak - Published
Exclusive: 'There might be people out there now who do have the right to be here but don't know. This raises fundamental issues about the lack of commitment and urgency in this scandal' Independent - Published
Wednesday 28 November, 2018BRIAN PAGE, a 41-year-old man from North Carolina and his 36-year-old English husband Ben face having their family torn apart just in time for Christmas. The couple of nearly.. Pressat - Published
Ms Rudd (pictured), who quit as Home Secretary over the Windrush immigration scandal, has returned to the PM's side just 201 days later with Mrs May in a fragile position over Brexit. MailOnline - Published