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Eritrea and Ethiopia — Question for Short Debate (27 January 2015) See 2 other results from this debate

Baroness Morgan of Ely: ...the UN in its work and ensure that an objective picture of the situation in the country can be assembled? We are all aware that there are fears and concerns within the British population about the scale of immigration to the UK. Such a fear is not just here in the UK, but true across the EU. We need to ensure that, across the EU, we have a co-ordinated approach to migration from this part...

SportsDirect (USC Dundonald) (27 January 2015)

Jo Swinson: ...state that, in deciding whether someone should be disqualified, the criteria that courts will be required to consider will be extended to include breaches of legislation. That could include health and safety law, immigration law or employment law.

British Nationals in Goa — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (27 January 2015)

Tobias Ellwood: ...of properties were made in good faith by foreign buyers, in 2008, the Indian enforcement directorate served notices to about 400 foreigners who had been found to have violated foreign exchange and immigration regulations. Simultaneously, the Goa Government sent a notice to all registrars instructing them to close the registry to foreigners. There are about 750 British property owners in...

Commonwealth Immigration and Visas — [Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] (27 January 2015) See 10 other results from this debate

Karen Bradley: ...a proud history of tolerance and acceptance of those who genuinely need our protection. It is, therefore, no surprise that we are an attractive destination. With that, however, we face particular challenges on all forms of immigration. My hon. Friend the Member for Romford introduced the debate by saying that immigration is a sensitive issue. He is right, but, despite those challenges, we...

Written Answers — Home Office: Radicalism (27 January 2015)

James Brokenshire: ...in a range of sectors to challenge and disrupt extremism. There are Prevent programmes in place in all key sectors, including, local government, health, education, prisons, youth justice, immigration and charities. We do not comment on the funding arrangements for individual organisations.

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Private Rented Housing (27 January 2015)

Brandon Lewis: ...prohibited, and145 sheds demolished. Following our 2012 publication, we will in due course be publishing refreshed guidance to local authorities on tackling beds in sheds and rogue landlords. The Immigration Act 2014 contains a raft of measures which puts the law firmly on the side of those who respect it, not those who break it, by: stopping migrants using public services to which...

Written Answers — Home Office: Illegal Immigrants: Republic of Ireland (27 January 2015)

James Brokenshire: Immigration Enforcement and Border Force, the Police Service of Northern Ireland and other UK police forces all work together to counter the risk of illegal entry to the UK through the Republic of Ireland. The Home Office conduct regular intelligence led operations to detect those individualswho abuse the provisions of the Common Travel Area by entering the UK illegally through the Republic...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Deportation (27 January 2015)

James Brokenshire: ...that take place after the extracts are taken. The Home Office publishes quarterly and annual statistics on the number of persons removed or departed voluntarily from the UK within Immigration Statistics. The data on removals and voluntary departures are readily available in the latest release, Immigration Statistics: July – September 2014, from the GOV.UK website:...

Written Answers — Home Office: Members: Correspondence (27 January 2015)

Gerald Kaufman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, when her Department intends to reply to the letter to the Immigration and Security Minister dated 16 December 2014 from the right hon. Member for Manchester, Gorton with regard to Mr M Ilyas.

Written Answers — Home Office: European Arrest Warrants (27 January 2015)

Karen Bradley: ...table sets out the numbers of a) requests, b) arrests and c) surrenders relating to people in England , Wales and Northern Ireland wanted by other EU Member States for human trafficking and immigration and human trafficking offences, under a European Arrest Warrant. Requests to England, Wales and Northern Ireland 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Total Human...

Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Committee (2nd Day) (Continued) (26 January 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

Lord Ashton of Hyde: ...previously in our debates on the Bill; EEA nationals and accompanying/joining third-country national family members of EEA nationals who are the subject of an exclusion or deportation order under the immigration regulations; third-country nationals who have been, or are in the process of being, excluded from the UK under the Immigration Rules; nationals who are the subject of a deportation...

Infrastructure Bill [Lords]: New Clause 14 — Expenditure of Greater London Authority on housing or regeneration (26 January 2015)

Andrew Mitchell: ...on the requirement for the colossal amount of building involved. We have always argued that there was not sufficient evidence to build on Sutton Coldfield’s green belt, particularly in respect of the inward immigration figures in the area. We draw some comfort from the decision by the Planning Inspectorate, but it is extremely important that the local community is able to have far...

Written Answers — Home Office: Illegal Immigrants: Republic of Ireland (26 January 2015)

James Brokenshire: The Home Office does not hold the information requested. Immigration Enforcement and Border Force conduct intelligence-led operations within Northern Ireland to identify and take action against individuals who are seeking to or have entered the UK from the Republic of Ireland without the necessary leave.

International Development (Official Development Assistance Target) Bill: Second Reading (23 January 2015)

Lord Cashman: ...What happens elsewhere in the world does affect us and does matter. It makes sense—as my mum would say, good old common sense—to continue our investment in developing countries. It affects us and protects us, whether our borders, immigration, trafficking, anti-terrorism policies or sense of decency. I will repeat this again and again, as I did in the European Parliament: we are...

Specialist Printing Equipment and Materials (Offences) Bill: Second Reading (23 January 2015) See 2 other results from this debate

Lord Bates: ...But I did not. Identity crime is a serious problem. It is rarely committed as a sole offence; it is usually the enabler for a broad range of serious crimes. For example, criminals use false documents to evade criminal record checks and gain access to children and vulnerable adults, to commit immigration and benefit fraud and to assist in terrorist activities. I therefore fully support my...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Unaccompanied-Asylum Seeking Children (23 January 2015)

James Brokenshire: ...in to forthcoming EU legislation in the area of justice and home affairs on a case by case basis, with a view to maximising our country’s security, protecting Britain’s civil liberties and our ability to control immigration. [HCWS219]

Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment) Order 2015 — Motion to Approve (22 January 2015)

Lord Bates: ...other members of the international community in tackling terrorism. In effect, proscription outlaws a listed organisation and makes it unable to operate within the UK. Proscription can also support other disruptive activity such as the use of immigration powers, including exclusion, prosecutions for other offences, EU asset freezes and messaging to deter fundraising and recruitment....

Local Government Finance Settlement — Motion to Take Note (22 January 2015)

The Bishop of Southwark: ..., and range from the inner city to the rural. It is a world in a diocese with all the challenges and opportunities that arise in very diverse communities. I believe that our city is greatly enriched by the diversity that immigration brings, and I look forward to playing a part in debates on such issues. The diocese is further enriched by its companion links with the church in Zimbabwe, in...

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