A Syrian survivor of childhood torture and detention has become the second person in Scotland to fight Home Office plans to deport him to Rwanda.
‘If I go out the Taliban will kill me – if I stay at home, poverty will’: Afghans make plea for UK help
UK authorities must step up to evacuate those who have worked for them but are living in fear and poverty in Afghanistan, two Afghans - who are now in hiding - told The Ferret.
Hundreds of asylum seekers from Afghanistan have been prevented from applying for refugee protection in the UK this year, as new rules allow the Home Office to first investigate if their claims are “admissible”.
Leading Scottish politicians are raising urgent questions with the Home Office following an immigration enforcement raid carried out during Eid.
Activists fear the controversial practice, understood to have been discontinued after sustained campaigning, is indicative of new tougher immigration policies proposed by the Home Office.
Royal Mail is accused of having “disregarded the health and wellbeing of staff and put their lives at risk” during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
We investigate why two derelict buildings in Glasgow - the former Talisman pub in Springburn and St Margaret’s in Polmadie - have been left to rot.
People seeking asylum are being bullied, evicted and suffering in poor quality accommodation, say groups submitting evidence to a Westminster inquiry.
Home Secretary urged to answer questions on why refugee women are being denied protection when they flee domestic violence.