|Tuesday 5 March 2013|
Why we should chill out about ‘illegals’
Nathalie Rothschild reports from Sweden on how politicians, the police and the EU have ganged up against the non-problem of illegal immigrants.
|Tuesday 18 December 2012|
The use and abuse of immigrants
The response to the UK census shows how the chattering class exhibits its decency through being shallowly pro-immigrant.
|Monday 26 September 2011|
Struck off for wanting a better life
Social workers are supposed to encourage people to improve their lot. So why has a Nigerian man been banned for doing that?
|Monday 12 April 2010|
Turning migrants into status symbols
The ‘I Love Migrants’ campaign confirms that being ‘pro-migrant’ is now a form of cultural snobbery.
|Tuesday 23 March 2010|
Turning immigration into a tool of social engineering
ELECTION ESSAY: The elite now expresses its snobbery and authoritarianism by being ‘pro-immigration’ rather than anti-immigration.
|Wednesday 17 March 2010|
New Labour’s Iron Curtain for artists
Ludicrously strict visa rules for artists and academics from overseas are strangling cultural life in the UK.
|Thursday 11 February 2010|
Building a fortress around British academia
A new report shows just how devastating, irrational and unfair are the UK’s restrictions on international students.
|Monday 26 October 2009|
‘Rescue’: a new PC term for repatriation
As the sex-trafficking scare is exposed as a tissue of lies, Nathalie Rothschild spells out the need for full freedom of movement for migrants.
|Monday 26 October 2009|
The calm before the immigration storm?
The lack of hysteria at a new influx of refugee boats to Australia has disappointed pro- and anti-refugee groups alike.
|Thursday 1 October 2009|
Not all migrants are scruffy, dirty victims
Yes, the residents of the Calais ‘jungle’ have been treated badly, but the no borders case requires a defence of everyone’s right to move.
|Friday 18 September 2009|
Stop this rumble in ‘the jungle’
The French should demolish the migrant slum in Calais — but only after Europe’s inhumane immigration policies have been bulldozed.
|Wednesday 26 August 2009|
We’re all traffickers now
We should challenge the idea that everything from smoking a spliff to employing an African cleaner is potential complicity in a ‘slave trade’.
|Wednesday 1 July 2009|
In Calais, solidarity with the sans papiers
PHOTO ESSAY: Jessica Mudditt reports on a protest for open borders at the wasteland migrant shanties in France.
|Tuesday 16 June 2009|
Keep border police out of universities
Patrick Hayes talks to the students occupying the director's office at SOAS in protest against the arrest of nine university cleaners.
|Wednesday 3 June 2009|
At last, a boycott worth supporting
The UK University and College Union’s refusal to snoop on foreign students in Britain should be welcomed.
|Wednesday 6 May 2009|
Why we should smash this intellectual forcefield
Jacqui Smith’s desire to protect Britons from extremist foreigners is patronising, impractical and illiberal.
|Monday 27 April 2009|
More evidence that trafficking is a myth
A major Irish investigation has failed to find proof of people-smuggling, puncturing the ‘new slavery’ scare.
|Tuesday 14 April 2009|
Don’t close the door to Asian students
Demonising Pakistani students because a handful have been arrested as terror suspects is mad, bad and dangerous.
|Wednesday 8 April 2009|
‘Polish plumber’: you’ll miss him when he’s gone
News of migrants leaving recession-hit Britain has caused panic, even amongst those who didn’t welcome them when they first arrived.
|Tuesday 10 March 2009|
The hidden dangers of the migrant amnesty
Boris Johnson’s proposal of an ‘earned amnesty’ for illegal immigrants sounds progressive. Until you read the small print.