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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (10 May 2016)

Immigration levels and supporting infrastructure – Lord Vinson. Oral questions

Dublin System: Asylum (4 May 2016)

James Brokenshire: I pay tribute to the work of my hon. Friend, who has done so much to highlight the issue and has assisted in the reforms that have taken place. We need to step up our response to organised immigration crime, which is why we have established the taskforce and will continue to work with European partners to highlight these important issues and see that children are protected and do not fall...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Fixed-term Parliaments (4 May 2016)

John Baron: .... We are a one nation party or we are nothing. Does the Prime Minister agree with Lord Rose, the leader of the Remain campaign, that if we were to leave the EU and exercise greater control over immigration for the sake of public services, wages would rise even faster?

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration Controls: Republic of Ireland (4 May 2016)

Jim Shannon: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what steps the Government is taking to ensure that terrorists cannot get into the UK from the Republic of Ireland.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Immigrants: Detainees (4 May 2016)

Lisa Cameron: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what steps he is taking to ensure that treatment is provided to detainees held in immigration removal centres who are (a) self-harming and (b) experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder.

Written Answers — Home Office: Visas: Overseas Students (4 May 2016)

the Marquess of Lothian: To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Immigration Minister, James Brokenshire, on 14 March (HC29894), and in the light of the figures released by the Home Office on the number of non-EU students who had their visas curtailed in the three years to the end of December 2015 as part of their strategy to clamp down on immigration abuse, how many educational...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Eritrea (4 May 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: Figures on asylum appeal determinations by country of nationality are published quarterly by the Home Office in the Immigration Statistics release. The following table gives the proportion of determined asylum appeals from Eritrean nationals that were allowed in each year, from 2013 to 2015. Proportion of determined asylum appeals from Eritrean nationals that were allowed, 2013 to 2015 ...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Eritrea (4 May 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: Figures on asylum appeals by nationality are published quarterly by the Home Office in the Immigration Statistics release. The following table gives the proportion of total asylum appeals that were lodged by Eritrean nationals, for 2013 to 2015. Proportion of total asylum appeals received that were lodged by Eritrean nationals, 2013-2015 Year Total appeals received Appeals received...

Black and Minority Ethnic People: Workplace Issues - Motion to Take Note (3 May 2016)

Lord Taylor of Warwick: ...Neville-Rolfe, and the Government for making time for this important debate today. This issue is not a minority one. It concerns who we all are today in modern Britain. Whatever one’s view on immigration or Europe might be, Britain has changed and will continue to do so. If this change is embraced and not just endured, Britain will be all the stronger. Of the UK’s population of...

Asylum Seeker Dispersal Policy (3 May 2016)

James Brokenshire: ...point that the hon. Gentleman focused on was the policy that follows the period of initial accommodation: the dispersal of supported asylum seekers across a number of areas in the United Kingdom. The Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 introduced the policy of national dispersal, which was designed to share the impact of asylum seekers across the whole of the UK. At the time, in how it was...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration (3 May 2016)

Shabana Mahmood: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many applications for discretionary leave to remain have been (a) received, (b) rejected and (c) treated as invalid in the latest period for which figures are available; and how many such applications were rejected owing to (i) failure to pay the fee and (ii) refusal of fee waiver.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Appeals (3 May 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: The Home Office publishes figures on asylum appeals determinations in the quarterly Immigration Statistics release. The following table shows the annual number of asylum appeals that were allowed, from 2013 to 2015. Statistics for January to March 2016 are scheduled to be published on 26 May 2016. Asylum appeals allowed, 2013 to 2015 Year Appeals Allowed 2013 2,078 2014 1,758 ...

The Economy - Motion to Take Note (28 Apr 2016)

Lord O'Neill of Gatley: ...respect to the EU issue; productivity; and distributional analysis/inequality. Before I do that, let me address two specific issues that arose early on in the debate. I was challenged by my noble friend Lord Forsyth on the immigration issue and the contents of the HM Treasury document. I am rather pleased that, despite the length of our debate, others did not make the same point. Of...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Investigatory Powers Commissioner and other Judicial Commissioners (28 Apr 2016)

Keir Starmer: ...handling the sort of material they need to handle to carry out the function of the judicial commissioner. That is going to be a small group of judges, and probably those who have sat on the Special Immigration Appeals Commission and dealt with other similar types of procedures. This is a question about which of those judges, who have all those competencies and experience, should oversee...

Trade Union Bill (Discussions) (28 Apr 2016)

Liam Fox: Given this change to the Trade Union Bill, and following on from our abandonment of our manifesto commitments on immigration by not renegotiating free movement, will my hon. Friend tell us which of our election commitments we will not now abandon in trying to seek a remain vote?

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners: Foreign Nationals (28 Apr 2016)

Andrew Selous: As of 31 December 2015 there were 9,895 Foreign National Offenders (FNOs) held in prisons and NOMS-operated Immigration Removal Centres, of which 6,612 were sentenced prisoners. Of these: 1,312 were sentenced for drug offences; 1,084 of these were sentenced for sexual offences; and, 258 of these were sentenced for fraud offences. This government has a longstanding policy to do everything...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum (28 Apr 2016)

Stuart McDonald: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many decisions on international protection her Department made with further submissions lodged under rule 353 of the Immigration Rules in respect of (a) grants on protection grounds, (b) grants on non-protection grounds, (c) decisions to treat as fresh claim and then refuse, (d) further submissions refused, (e) further submissions...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EEA Nationals (28 Apr 2016)

William Wragg: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many EEA nationals have moved to the UK since 1 February 2004 and (a) are now eligible for and (b) have been granted permanent residency status by virtue of being resident for at least five years.


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