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House of Commons votes in favour of Sunak’s Rwanda bill

The Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill passed its second reading in the House of Commons on 12 December. It received a 44 vote majority with 313 ayes to…

The Hidden Gems of Edinburgh: Immigrant-Owned Businesses

Our city is teeming with rich history, diverse culture, and a vibrant community that spans across borders. Amidst the iconic landmarks and historic sites, there lies a tapestry of immigrant-owned…

The Illegal Migration Bill, explained

Last week, the UK Government announced its controversial Illegal Immigration Bill that seeks to overhaul the UK asylum system. Since its announcement, the Bill has been the subject of widespread…

Dover immigration center attack

The attack on the Dover migrant centre on the 30th of October passed with suspiciously little coverage from media outlets and a reticence on behalf of the police to identify…

The Summer of the Apocalypse: June, George Floyd & Black Lives Matter

Thursday the 25th of June marked one month since George Floyd’s tragic death at the hands of the police, on May 25th of this year. It also marked what should…

An open letter to the government: fix your immigration plans

My younger sister has never, to my knowledge, displayed a lie on the side of a bus. She has not yet achieved the dubious feat of making a meeting of…

Misidentification, Brexit posters and Katy Perry: don’t ever tell me racism is over

I recall telling my father, rather fervently, that, in my defence to pursue English Literature as a degree, that things had changed; we were no longer second class citizens, that…

Belonging: Lost Voices at Coburg House

Hussain Akrad’s art presents a shattered impression of humanity, combining a lurid, dream-like sense of displacement with vividly focused images of a harsh and destructed reality. Currently displayed at Coburg…