The National Audit Office (NAO) has issued a report on the 2009 implementation of a points based route, known as Tier 4, by which students from countries outside the European Economic Area can study in the UK....
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Following the publication of the 'Landing in Dover' report by the Children's Commissioner for England, the Executive Director of the Centre for Social Justice, Gavin Poole, has issued a statement welcoming the increased protection for children, and calling for further changes to help protect adult victims of human trafficking....
Prime Minister David Cameron has set out proposals to tighten the immigration system in Britain. The plans include asking the public to report those they suspect of being illegal immigrants.
The European Commission has asked eight Member States to ensure full compliance with EU rules on the return or removal of irregular migrants. So far Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden and The Netherlands have not notified the Commission of national measures implementing the 2008 'Return' Directive. Member States were required to transpose the provisions of the Directive by 24th December 2010, and their failure to do so is jeopardizing the efficiency and fairness of the common return procedure and undermining the EU's migration policy.
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