In an age of fear about immigration, the success of the Bangladeshi population in Britain has a deeper resonance.
Hungarian authorities have stopped a train carrying refugees from Budapest.
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As the migrant crisis worsens, the Prime Minister refuses to allow desperate people into Britain, citing "peace" in the Middle East as his priority.
One of the many great things about Australia is a genuine, if slightly abrasive egalitarianism.
Britain must accept more asylum-seekers, and create a sustainable plan for their integration into wider society.
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The unique threat posed by Isis has been analysed in depth. But how should the West respond in practice?
A seemingly neutral term like "migrant" is so potentially pernicious because we don’t take the kind of care we should in assessing its effect on us.
The latest batch of the presidential hopeful’s emails provide insight into the 2010 Labour leadership contest, and the dying days of the Labour government.
We mustn't forget the lessons of the Second World War in the face of today's refugee crisis, says Molly Scott Cato.
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