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After protests, Trump retreats, but bitter attacks on migrants continue

After protests, Trump retreats, but bitter attacks on migrants continue Trump says he has ended the policy of separating children and parents at the US-Mexico border, but children may still be detained indefinitely with their parents

Vicious government policy revealed as deportations of rough sleepers ruled unlawful

Vicious government policy revealed as deportations of rough sleepers ruled unlawful The Home Office removed rough sleepers even if they were working or had permanent right of residence

Reports round-up: Protest against Chagos deportation

Reports round-up: Protest against Chagos deportation Protest against Chagos deportation|Walkouts to shatter miserly pay offer |Anti-war protest outside Downing Street|Let’s humiliate the Nazis in Liverpool

After woman is deported from Britain - resist the Tory wave of racism

After woman is deported from Britain - resist the Tory wave of racism Deportations, attacks on refugees and plans to end European Union freedom of movement rules show the Tories true face—but they can be challenged, writes Dave Sewell

A thousand more refugees drown this year than in the whole of 2015

A thousand more refugees drown this year than in the whole of 2015 A series of mass drownings has brought the number of deaths in the Mediterranean this year to 4,700—20 percent more than the total for 2015.

Home Office deportations to Jamaica show racism at core of British state

Home Office deportations to Jamaica show racism at core of British state Some 60 people were deported to Jamaica today, Wednesday, on a flight chartered by the Home Office and with the cooperation of the Jamaican state.

Reports round-up

19 July 2016
Brighton protest against NHS privatisation | Protest and strike call at St Barts hospital | Unite backs Stand Up to Racism | HMY Radford shop fitters build pay strike | South West Water workers pull plug on overtime | Two-day Capita pay strike hits services | Disabled people take on Capita | Migrant cleaners hold march | Protest for Prossie against deportation

From Campsfield to Calais protests demand end to deportations

08 May 2016
Immigration detention centres from Scotland to northern France were targeted by anti-racist protesters as part of a day of action yesterday, Saturday.

Stop the deportation of Mabel Gawanas

20 April 2016
Mabel Gawanas, one of the leading anti-deportation activists in the Yarl’s Wood detention centre, faces deportation to Namibia tomorrow, Thursday. 

Anti-racism round-up

15 March 2016
‘Prevent targets Muslims’ |Bill to ramp up discrimination | Don’t let them deport Favour | Denied the right to settle

Don't deport Luqman - Sussex students protest to save their classmate

10 March 2016
Students in Sussex University were set to protest tonight, Thursday, against the deportation of student Luqman Onikosi. Some 17 students occupied a university building on Wednesday night.

Syrians fleeing war deported from Lebanon after EU-Turkey deal

12 January 2016
Over 250 refugees were deported from Beirut airport in Lebanon to Syria on Friday of last week.

Detained and deported - how the Tories really treat Syrian refugees

24 November 2015
As the first Syrians arrive in Britain, Dave Sewell uncovers the shocking truth of the numbers kicked out and detained by the British government

News round-up

03 February 2015
cops face new abuse complaints | protest stops deportation | Egypt upholds death sentences

Airline passengers in Australia halt deportation of Chinese asylum seeker

06 January 2015
The forced deportation of asylum seeker Wei Lin was halted by passengers on a commercial airline in Sydney, Australia, on 19 December. 

Shock, grief and anger after Jimmy Mubenga verdict

19 December 2014
Shock at the verdict of the trial into manslaughter of Jimmy Mubenga has continued as more information is released.

Jimmy Mubenga guards cleared of manslaughter

16 December 2014
Three G4S guards were found not guilty of the manslaughter of Jimmy Mubenga.  

G4S guard testifies in Jimmy Mubenga manslaughter trial

02 December 2014
G4S guard Terrence Hughes told London’s High Court that he could not recall hearing Jimmy Mubenga calling, “I can’t breathe”. 

G4S guards' trial starts over death of Jimmy Mubenga

28 October 2014
The trial of three G4S guards accused of the manslaughter of Jimmy Mubenga was set to begin on Monday of next week. 

Glasgow Girl talks about new TV drama on their victorious anti-deportation campaign

08 July 2014
Amal Azzudin, one of the original 'Glasgow Girls' who stopped their friend’s deportation, spoke to Socialist Worker about the BBC's new musical adaptation of their story

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