Claim Sudan refugees can apply for asylum through UNHCR is False
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim from the home secretary about refugees from Sudan.
Concern raised over homeless migrant families, after children forced to sleep in a car
Migrant and refugee children have been left homeless – with one family of five, including a pre-school child, forced to sleep in a borrowed car in Glasgow – due to disputes between the Home Office and local authorities about who is responsible for their welfare.
FFS explains: Asylum, migration and Manston
Ferret Fact Service looks into the situation at with migrants coming to the UK after the controversy at the Manston processing centre.
Claim Scotland has taken in 20 per cent of UK’s refugees from Ukraine is False
Ferret Fact Service looks into a claim that Scotland has taken in 20 per cent of the Ukrainian refugees who have come to the UK.
Seeking safety: Rwanda deportation case to be heard in Scottish courts
A Syrian father of three, who fled for his life and was facing deportation by the Home Office to Rwanda, is now fighting for his right to claim asylum through the Scottish courts.
FFS explains: Refugees, migration and channel crossing
Ferret Fact Service looks at some of the questions around refugees, migration and channel crossing.
Hundreds of Afghans prevented from claiming asylum in the UK pending Home Office investigations
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”.
Refugee campaigners warn dawn raids must not become a ‘de facto eviction’ tactic
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.
FFS explains: Immigration and emigration after Brexit
Ferret Fact Service looks at the situation for those wanting moving to and from the EU after Brexit.