Home Office rejects Human Rights Committee’s call for a time limit to immigration detention

In responses to the UK Parliament Human Rights Committee published today, Home Office also ignores calls to explain ‘good character’ test for children

APPG Chairman questions Government on overseas students and TOEIC

The Home Office used data related to English language test to revoke student visas

Lords private members' bills

Peers debate franchise extension, EEA nationals and victims of crime

Government statement on detention

The Minister of State addressed MPs in the Commons Chamber.

Belgian Embassy discusses border and asylum cooperation after Brexit

EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 17 July at 10.40am

More immigration

Title Date
Committee examines legal implications of asylum cooperation after Brexit 02.07.2019
Census (Return Particulars and Removal of Penalties) Bill: third reading 27.06.2019
Urgent question on EU/British Citizens' rights 18.06.2019
Ministers questioned about illegal seaborne immigration 04.06.2019
Future UK-EU asylum cooperation – call for evidence launched 03.05.2019
Urgent question on the Windrush Compensation Scheme 09.04.2019