immigration policy

Danish Parliament Passes Restrictive Migrant Laws

The Danish Parliament has passed new restrictive migrant laws that will introduce a ceiling on chain migration and allow an uninhabited island to become a deportation centre. The new changes have long been advocated by the populist Danish People’s Party

Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen (L) holds the opening speech of the parliament in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 2, 2018. (Photo by Liselotte Sabroe / Ritzau Scanpix / AFP) / Denmark OUT (Photo credit should read LISELOTTE SABROE/AFP/Getty Images)

Farage Accuses May Of ‘Backsliding’ On Immigration

Nigel Farage has slammed the Prime Minister, Theresa May, for apparently “backsliding” on plans to introduce an Australian points-based immigration system in the wake of the British exit from the European Union. The system was lauded by prominent Brexit supporters


Report Urges UK Take Tough New Migration Measures

The UK should set up a Ministry of Immigration, assign “unique person numbers” to the population and reshape migration policy to suit British people, a think tank has recommended.


Australia Immigration Policy Threatens To Hijack Election Agenda

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s election agenda focussing on jobs and growth is at risk of being hijacked by the country’s harsh immigration policy and controversial network of offshore detention camps for asylum seekers.

Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announces his new cabinet as Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, left, looks on during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015. Turnbull announced sweeping changes to his first Cabinet and promoted more women from two to five, including Australia’s first …

Donald Trump Jumps the Greatest Shark Ever! (Updated)

On Monday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump set media heads spinning with his proposal to ban all Muslims–including tourists–from entering the United States “until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.” (Which means, effectively, forever.)

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