This testimony of the UK’s “hostile environment” comes from Sipho Sibanda, an activist and asylum seeker in Belfast. Of the piece, she says “It came… Read more »

The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) have today released their new report on the impact of ‘right to rent’ checks on migrants… Read more »

By Lisa Matthews, coordinator at Right to Remain. Yesterday (12 May 2016), the Immigration Bill 2015-16 received Royal Assent, which means it now becomes the… Read more »


Last night MPs voted against five amendments which represented a little light in an otherwise dark and nasty piece of legislation, the Immigration Bill 2015-16.… Read more »

Reblogged from the Detention Forum Committee Stage in the House of Lords on Monday 1st February 2016 was the first opportunity Parliament had to consider… Read more »

Yesterday, the 2015 Immigration Bill reached the report stage, at which proposed amendments were debated and voted on. The Bill Let’s start with something simple.… Read more »

By Alexa Sidor, Right to Remain volunteer. Irregular migration is hard to quantify, as by definition it is not officially recorded.  Irregular migrants are people… Read more »


Here are some of the important events of the last year – moments of solidarity and success, setbacks and threats, and working together to overcome… Read more »


Xenophobic Immigration Bill The new Immigration Bill, described by one politician as “the most racist piece of legislation that this country has witnessed since the… Read more »


At a meeting organised by Legal Action for Women in London on Saturday, representatives from groups all across the UK came together to share how… Read more »