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What we’re listening to and reading this week

What we’re listening to and reading this week

A compilation of top content on UK immigration law and policy, updated weekly.

UK Home Office plans second flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda – Guardian, 3 July

Tory rebels plot to sink Priti Patel’s Rwanda plan amid court delay fiasco – Sun, 3 July

Home Office recruiting 40 social workers to its new asylum age assessment body – Community Care, 3 July

Labour shortfall leading to ‘catastrophic’ food waste, UK farmers warn – Financial Times, 3 July (£)

A story of Home Office incompetence – @maybulman on Twitter, 1 July

One Year After the Deadline: the EU Settlement Scheme – UK in a Changing Europe, 30 June

Patel briefs Pannick: Home Secretary to be represented by two QCs in Rwanda challenge – A Lawyer Writes, 29 June

Episode 10 – Gender-Based Violence – No Walls Podcast, 29 June

Unqualified immigration director receives prison sentence after going on the run – Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner, 29 June

GOOD NEWS: it’s been confirmed that the COVID inquiry WILL look at the way government policies affected migrants during the pandemic – @JCWI_UK on Twitter, 29 June

Factsheet: Blueprint for Campsfield House immigration removal centre – Home Office, 28 June

What it’s like to report on UK immigration and asylum… Topline: It’s like navigating a minefield – and it’s getting tougher – @NicolaKelly on Twitter, 20 June

GPS tagging as an immigration bail condition – what’s changed and why are we concerned? – Legal Action Group, 14 June

 

Phoebe Warren is a Caseworker at Meliora Legal in Glasgow. Twitter: @phoebe__warren.