19 March 2007

Are immigrants eating our identity?

In debates about citizenship, health and education, the government is displacing its own crisis of identity on to newcomers.

If we want open borders, we need open debate

The Oxford students calling for the censure of an anti-immigration professor are selling short both the case for open borders and academic freedom.

17 January 2007

Ghosts in the immigration machine

Nick Broomfield’s film about the Morecambe Bay tragedy is emotive, but it fails to ask any probing questions.

24 August 2006

Another million Eastern European immigrants? Let them in!

The UK government’s proposed restrictions on immigration from the new EU states are motivated by mean-spirited NIMBYism.

22 June 2006

Trafficking in dubious horror stories

Meet the unholy alliance of Bushies, Christians and feminists trying to convince us that World Cup 2006 is a cesspit of trafficked women and sex-slavery.

After the ‘day without immigrants’

The marches and strikes by 'illegal' workers should be an inspiration to all Americans.

1 July 2005

570,000 ‘illegal immigrants’: so what?

Britain is coping just fine with its new arrivals, and could take more still.

Immigration isn’t the issue

Among the political class, ‘the immigration issue’ has become code for their own fear and loathing of the white working class.

11 February 2005

From immigration to Iraq, they are a political class apart

The gap between the public and politics is yawning - in every sense.