Next time someone says that Britain has a proud history of welcoming refugees, it’s time to reply that it has a shameful history of creating them.
Over 50 million people are on the move. Instead of building walls and fences to keep them out, imagine there were no borders.
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The EU referendum and Brexit have sparked debate about Britain’s relationship with the world and uncertainty about migration.
The labour movement cannot accept living standards being lowered by Brexit and the attack on freedom of movement, and must stand to defend both.
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott distances herself from those advocating rethink of Labour’s immigration policy.
Matthew Crampton’s book of narratives and songs sheds new light on the horrific cost of emigration, slavery and transportation
It is time for the left to seize the debate on immigration and assert a counter narrative that is fact-based, positive and progressive.
Reasons to defend the existing right of free movement in the EU and for seeking to extend that right to others.
Irene Clennell, 28 years living in the UK, was treated like a terrorist when she was deported and forced from her family.
We have allowed this government to pander to bigotry, prejudice and intolerance and to scapegoat minorities, writes Matt Carr.
It’s not immigrants that failed to build the houses our economy needs and they don’t cause a race to the bottom on wages or conditions.
Humanitarian aid without a political movement is like trying to extinguish a forest fire with water one teacup at a time.
The great tragedy of our country is that it is not only responding to knuckle-draggers, says Matt Carr, it is actually being led by them.