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Immigration news from UK Parliament.

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Evidence session with Wendy Williams on Windrush Lessons Learned Review
The Home Affairs Committee explores the key findings and recommendations of the report
13 October 2020
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees questioned on Channel crossings
The Home Affairs Committee examines existing safe and legal routes for refugees and asylum-seekers to enter the UK
29 September 2020
Home Office “has no idea” of the impact of immigration policies
Committee publish their report Immigration enforcement
18 September 2020
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Draft agreement on unaccompanied migrant children discussed with experts
Security and Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 7 July at 10.00am
03 July 2020
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Lords discusses Windrush Compensation Scheme
Members debate government plans to recompense deported citizens
07 May 2020
Climate change experts discuss impact on migration
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence at 11.00am on Wednesday 11 March
11 March 2020
Ministers questioned on the refugee crisis at the Turkish-Greek border
Joanna Cherry QC MP asked ministers to outline support for refugees at the border between Greece and Turkey
10 March 2020
Refugee resettlement discussed with representatives from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence at 10.40am on Tuesday 29 January
29 January 2020
Lords EU exit regulations: 23 October
EU elections, plant health and movement of services under spotlight
24 October 2019
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Statement on the major incident in Essex
Home Secretary makes a statement on the incident in Essex
23 October 2019
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
31 July 2019
APPG Chairman questions Government on overseas students and TOEIC
The Home Office used data related to English language test to revoke student visas
24 July 2019
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Lords private members' bills
Peers debate franchise extension, EEA nationals and victims of crime
22 July 2019
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Government statement on detention
The Minister of State addressed MPs in the Commons Chamber.
18 July 2019
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Belgian Embassy discusses border and asylum cooperation after Brexit
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 17 July at 10.40am
15 July 2019
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