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UK Immigration not too high, says former minister
Britain’s ‘huge green spaces’ are proof that UK immigration is not too high insists ex-Labour minister, David Lammy. In an interview with BBC breakfast, Lammy said: “If you look at our population, it can manage; there are huge green spaces in the country where there aren’t immigrants. It’s not too high, it’s not.”
Lammy criticised the Conservatives for pledging to reduce immigration numbers below 100,000 per year and for cutting English language classes which help foreigners integrate into British society.
Hillary Clinton calls for path to citizenship for illegal immigrants
Former first lady and prospective Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, has called for a ‘full and equal’ path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US.
During a visit to Rancho high school in Las Vegas, Nevada, Clinton not only promised to support President Barack Obama’s executive actions to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation, but she vowed to expand on this so enabling more immigrants to stay in the US legally and apply for work visas.
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UK Immigration after Conservatives win 2015 General Election
Going against all the opinion polls and surveys conducted in the run up to the UK 2015 General Election, the Conservatives have surpassed even their own expectations and have won enough seats to secure a majority government.
In a turn of events that few expected, the Conservatives have won 331 seats, leaving Labour trailing behind with 232 and absolutely decimating the Liberal Democrats who have only managed to secure 8.
It looks as if current immigration policy will continue which in our experience will cause numerous problems for the immigrant population.
Iran should take back failed Asylum-Seekers says Australia
Tony Abbott, the Australian Prime Minister, has said that Iran should take back its citizens who have been unsuccessful in securing refugee status in Australia. Abbott confirmed that he would be lobbying Tehran regarding the issue.
Julie Bishop, Australia's Foreign Minister raised the issue of deportation of Iranian nationals to Iran during a recent visit to Tehran. The talks were an attempt to reduce the pressure on Australian immigration camps on the Pacific islands of Nauru and Papua New Guinea.
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