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An ippr report shows that claims that the presence of immigrants and ethnic minorities is 'causing' the rise of the BNP are false. Alienation and limited life chances are to blame.
The English Democrats have launched their manifesto, supporting an English Parliament, withdrawal from the EU and opposition to immigration.
Any remaining doubts I had about the nature of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) were dispelled today when they published their general election manifesto.
The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) have launched their manifesto with commitments to right-wing free-market economics, a freeze on immigration and heavy cuts in public services.
The political parties are being challenged over populist anti-migration policies and rhetoric by business leaders, clergy and human rights campaigners.
In what amounts to a less than subtle clue to the way in which politicians and the media have been constructing the public 'debate' on migration, Labour's new manifesto has a large section entitled: "Crime and Immigration".
As if the two somehow belong together by default.
The Migration Parliamentary Group has produced two fact-sheets prior to the election to help deliver a more balanced debate.
Each fact-sheet challenges one big myth surrounding migration, which is often repeated in public debate, with links to research:
Churches and civic groups across the country have come together in support of a campaign to end the detention of families seeking sanctuary in Britain.
Building on a massive ‘comprehensive immigration reform’ rally in Washington DC last weekend, the head of Church World Service has called for US government action now.