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The impact of poor healthcare provision in UK immigration removal centres

By Blerina Kellezi, Juliet Wakefield and Mhairi Bowe via The Conversation, 15 June 2021
As often as the sentiment that we’re all in this together has been touted since the arrival of COVID-19, one of the clearest lessons of the pandemic is how varied its effects have been among different social groups. Not only have pre-existing inequalities in wealth, employment, education…

EU Settled Status scheme – what to expect if you miss the deadline

By Helena Sheizon, Kadmos Consultants, 07 June 2021
If you are an EU national resident in the UK before Brexit you can protect your right of residence. All you need to do is make an application for settled status or pre-settled status. This application is made online and, if you avoid technical difficulties, will take only a few minutes to…

Plans for New Women's Detention Centre in Durham are Challenged

By Aaron Gates-Lincoln, 24 May 2021
It has recently been announced that there are plans for the construction of a brand-new women's immigration detention centre at Hassockfield in Medomsley, County Durham. It is expected that the centre would detain around 80 women, and is the Home Office's first new centre since 2014. The…

Fast Track Immigration Route for Prestigious Prize Winners Is Discriminatory

By Aaron Gates-Lincoln, 13 May 2021
The Home Office has recently announced a new decision to 'fast track' the visa processes for winners of a select choice of coveted arts awards who are wishing to enter the UK. The new plans have been announced in part to attract the "best and brightest" talent from around the world,…

High street firms continue to put moral obligation before expenses in pro bono work

By Naga Kandiah and Samir Pasha, 29 April 2021
Pro bono work has always garnered serious attention, but more so since the COVID-19 pandemic. During the pandemic lockdown, clients who were already vulnerable were having to endure harsher circumstances due to either not being able to work, leave their home, or engage with the outside…
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