In this pamphlet, Will Somerville and Sarah Mulley set out robust proposals to reform our migration system. They argue that it must be based on sound principles: it must be fair, it must be grounded in democratic consent, and it must respect people’s rights under the law.
PAUL FREEMAN: Policy based on prejudice and insularity harms us all in the long run. Paul Freeman gives the considerations of the South Tyneside Fabians.
UMA KAMBHAMPATI: High numbers of international students coming to the UK should be welcomed
PASCALE ROBINSON: Ten years ago today, Theresa May announced plans to create a hostile environment for migrants – a policy which has caused untold harm. To protect migrants and refugees Labour must pledge to end the use of no recourse to public funds
The UK’s response to the Ukraine refugee crisis was shockingly slow and inadequate. In this pamphlet, Thom Brooks sets out a new immigration plan for Labour.
COLIN YEO: It is time to start seeing migrants as citizens-in-waiting.