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Citizens’ rights and migration

Brexit enabled the UK government to end freedom of movement with Europe and deepen its Hostile Environment policies. Four million European citizens are being forced through a flawed Settled Status application process. Meanwhile, a range of human rights protections and democratic rights could also be under threat.

The government’s new “high potential” visa offers a reminder that immigration is a class issue

Could Arsenal football club sink Boris Johnson’s disgraceful Rwanda deportation deal?

UK isolated as EU makes sweeping commitment to Ukrainian refugees  

VIDEO: Is the Human Rights Act at risk? A Brexit Spotlight 60 Minute Briefing

Brothers in arms? The UK’s anti-refugee Borders bill has striking similarities to the Polish government’s new laws

VIDEO: What is Keir Starmer’s Brexit? And what should it be? A debrief from Luke Cooper

Why are the UK armed forces helping Poland build a Trump-style wall on the Belarusian border?

Five reasons MPs must reject the Nationality and Borders Bill

This simple proposal could go a long way to ending the migration “crisis” in the English Channel

Fortress Britain, Fortress Europe: working hand-in-hand to keep migrants out