Immigration figures under review as new checks suggest numbers are far lower than thought – The Daily Telegraph

Official migration figures to be reviewed amid concerns they over-estimate migrant numbersThe Home Office has ordered an official review of Britain's immigration figures after new exit checks at the borders found there may be fewer immigrants in the country than previously thought.The Government will reveal on Thursday that new border checks introduced last year found 97 …

Immigration lawyer suspended after acting for ‘lying’ client – The Gazette

A law firm partner has been told to reflect on his ‘grave error of judgement’ in making an immigration application knowing his client could be lying.Mansoor Ali, 39, had proceeded with an appeal to the Upper Tribunal for his client to stay in the UK, despite being told by the client he had been cheating …

How complex are the UK immigration rules and is this a problem? By Colin Yeo

One of the fundamental principles of the rule of law is that the law “must be accessible and so far as possible intelligible, clear and predictable” (Tom Bingham, The Rule of Law, 2010). The reasons for this should be self evident. Just as it is impossible to play a sport fairly without knowing the rules, so …

Africa and it’s population problem

Editorial I very much wish our leaders had come to this conclusion and gave this speech. To allow this European to tell us our bitter truth is to fertilise the racism of Europeans and other non black races. Our elites are selfish and not willing to assist its people. However, this truth is true no …

Supreme Court rules employment tribunal fees are unlawful Josie Cox Business Editor

Wednesday 26 July 2017 10:50 BSTThe Supreme Court has ruled that workplace tribunal fees are unlawful, forcing the Government to repay more than £27m forked out by employees for cases around unfair dismal, discrimination and other workplace issues since July 2013.Trade union Unison said on Wednesday that thousands of people had been charged for taking …