Who is left behind from Vietnamese migration to the UK? | Migration

[ad_1] Over the past 10 years, a growing number of Vietnamese people have been migrating to Europe with hopes of a better life. This has taken place largely under the radar, but in 2019 the horrific Essex 39 tragedy in the United Kingdom, where 39 Vietnamese bodies were found in the back of a lorry, … Read more

UK has begun mass arrests of potential Rwanda deportees: What’s next? | Refugees News

[ad_1] The British authorities have begun a series of operations to detain migrants in preparation for their deportation to Rwanda as part of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s flagship immigration policy. The UK Home Office, which oversees immigration matters in the United Kingdom, released a video on Wednesday showing armed immigration officers handcuffing individuals at their … Read more

Would Julian Assange’s extradition threaten press freedoms worldwide? | Julian Assange

[ad_1] Whistleblower lawyer on Assange extradition: ‘It would affect publishers, journalists, bloggers, anyone – me and you.’ As the world commemorates Press Freedom Day, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains detained in a high-security prison in the United Kingdom while the United States fights for his extradition. Assange faces 17 Espionage Act charges and a charge … Read more

‘Diaspora Jews think Judaism is more important than Zionism’: UK filmmaker | Israel War on Gaza News

[ad_1] London, United Kingdom – Gillan Mosely began questioning her upbringing as a teenager. Growing up in a Jewish family that believed in Zionism, she spent much of her adolescence thinking about what she considers a sense of entitlement regarding the “Holy Land”. For her 2022 documentary, The Tinderbox, Mosely travelled to Israel to try … Read more

Sunak promises to boost UK defence spending by 2030 | News

[ad_1] Prime Minister Rishi Sunak pledges to boost spending to 2.5% of GDP, putting the defence industry on a ‘war footing’. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has said he would lift defence spending to 2.5 percent of the country’s annual GDP by 2030, saying the British arms industry must be on a “war footing” when … Read more

UK passes bill to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda: What’s next? | Refugees News

[ad_1] The British government’s plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda have finally been approved by parliament, ending a months-long deadlock between the lower and upper chambers over the legality of the policy. Under the new law, any asylum seekers who arrive illegally in Britain will be sent to Rwanda. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has pledged … Read more

Manchester United manager ten Hag furious at FA Cup win reaction | Football News

[ad_1] Struggling United manager says making it to two finals in two years is ‘magnificent’ after his team was roundly criticised for blowing a 3-0 lead. After limping into the FA Cup final, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has come out fighting against the reactions to his team’s eventual win over Coventry City. United … Read more

Five people die in attempt to cross English Channel to the UK | Migration News

[ad_1] Child among the dead hours after the British government approves a bill to deport some asylum seekers to Rwanda. Five asylum seekers, including a child, have died while crossing the English Channel from France to Britain in an overcrowded small boat, just hours after the British government approved a bill to deport some asylum … Read more