A CRUEL GAME BEING PLAYED OUT

Astonishing, that after almost a year, the most important issue facing Britain as it leaves Europe, the fate of 3M European workers has not been resolved. Not through lack of pressure, the Government chooses to sidestep the issue making every single one of these...

GOVERNMENT SLAMS THE DOOR ON VULNERABLE CHILDREN

There was much derision when David Cameron announced last year that the UK would welcome 3,000 young, vulnerable, migrant children from war-torn Syria. It was thought that the number was extremely low given the total number involved and the fact that the UK was...

IMMIGRATION IS LOW ON THE LIST OF IMPORTANT ISSUES FOR YOUNG BRITONS

A survey by Opinium recently found that those aged between 18 and 34 years believe immigration to be less important than human rights, jobs and well-funded social services including the NHS. This should come as no surprise as young people’s legacy of an inclusive...

UNACCOMPANIED AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN DESERTED IN CALAIS

For months now, the British have repeated their promise to accommodate all unaccompanied and vulnerable children who remained in the ‘Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais, resettlement in the United Kingdom. But without any declaration to the contrary, several hundred...

IMMIGRATION NEWS

THE PRESSURE IS ON AGAIN TO TAKE THE LIFE IN THE UK TEST

There are major changes coming this October for all potential UK citizens when proof of reading, writing and comprehension of English becomes a requirement prior to granting citizenship or indefinite right to remain in the United Kingdom. The test has already been...

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THE MEDIA TAKES A SWIPE AT THE LIFE IN THE UK TEST

The new test that came into force in April was meant to freshen up the old one by making the curriculum and questions more relevant to modern life in the United Kingdom. The government made its position clear that it did not want to have potential new citizens wasting...

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MIGRANT WORKERS AIDING UK ECONOMIC GROWTH

In an article published recently, MRN Migrants’ rights network argues that the proposed new government policies relating to migration that were outlined in the Queen’s Speech last month will lead to “more exploitation of vulnerable British workers and the closure of...

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HURRY UP – LAST CHANCE TO TAKE THE TEST BEFORE IT CHANGES!

The Prime Minister was horrified that candidates taking the Life in the UK Test were obliged to learn about and answer questions about sociological items such as the British Welfare system. He felt that it was far more important for new migrants to know about our...

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DREADFUL ABUSE OF MIGRANT WORKERS REPORTED

A study reveals the awful lifestyle having to be endured by migrant workers in one Britain’s large cities. The Institute of Race Relations has reported to lifeinukthetest.co.uk that innocent migrant workers arriving in Peterborough to take up employment are being...

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MIGRANTS TO BE SCREENED FOR TUBERCULOSIS

Announcing the new measures, Immigration Minister Damian Green said a pre-entry TB screening programme will help save lives and save taxpayers more than £40 million over 10 years. 'A third of the world's population is carrying tuberculosis and it is currently at its...

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GOVERNMENT POLICY ON STUDENT IMMIGRATION UNDER SCRUTINY

Anyone who saw the Immigration Minister, Damian Green’s performance on Newsnight last evening (20 June, 2012) could be forgiven for thinking that we are living under the rule of some narrow minded and dangerous politicians. Lifeinukthetest.co.uk is closely following...

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FOOD INDUSTRY WORKERS EXPLOITED

Although incidents of forced labour in the food industry have been reported from time to time, this new report – ‘Experiences of forced labour in the UK food industry’ – is one of the largest studies revealing what migrant workers actually experience when they are...

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THE CHANGES EXPLAINED – FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions Q: Why was the Family Migration Consultation taken forward? A: The main focus of the changes is better family migration and not reducing net migration, though any contribution to that would be welcome. The changes are aimed at tackling abuse...

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