They still have no right to live and work in the UK, no permanent accommodation or means of financially supporting themselves.
Nearly 800 have been arrested and at least 35 people have reportedly died in the demonstrations.
Across the Middle East the lack of jobs, particularly for the under-thirties, is creating a rage that always simmers and sometimes boils.
In my own city in Syria, visitors are flocking to take pictures of destroyed buildings.
As US President Donald Trump praised peace protesters fighting the “corrupt government”, less romantic scenes unfolded in the streets of Iran.
Donald Trump has tweeted it’s “TIME FOR CHANGE”.
Trump promised to move the embassy to “the eternal capital for the Jewish people, Jerusalem”.
As the conflict in Yemen rages, there are plenty of signs that times are changing.
What is it like for humanitarian organisations such as CARE on the ground in the war-ravaged country?
Since the fall of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Iran has become ever more powerful in the region. But now a new Saudi-led alliance is fighting back. Are we heading for a catastrophe?
The debacle has catapulted Lebanon to the forefront of regional tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran.