"I have never welcomed the weakening of family ties by politics or pressure" - Nelson Mandela.
"He who travels for love finds a thousand miles no longer than one" - Japanese proverb.
"Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence." - Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
"When people's love is divided by law, it is the law that needs to change". -
David Cameron.

Saturday, 10 August 2013

Surinder Singh - Exercise your EU treaty rights in Ireland.


One family's experience - successfully.


Mother is given 12 days to leave the country.


The mother of a 10-month-old British baby living in the Whitby area with her partner is being thrown out of the UK in just 12 days after falling foul of immigration law.

Heartbroken Chiyo Ishiki (40), who has a daughter Philomena with her English partner Stuart Haswell (57), must leave the country and the place she calls home by 21 August, or face being deported.

Stuart, who works full-time for a charity in Teesside as an assessor for apprentices, owns his own apartment in Castleton where the family live and is fully supporting his wife and child without claiming benefits.

He believes his right to a family life, which he feared he would never have after battling testicular cancer, is being taken away by the British government because he fell in love with a woman from Japan.


More hope for separated parents with British children.


The Entry Clearance Officer considered the human rights of those affected and concluded

    While I accept that you may now wish to settle as a family together in one place, you have failed to provide a satisfactory explanation as to why your sponsor cannot reside with you and your children in Thailand.

This is what might be termed the ‘bugger off, it is your fault for marrying a foreigner’ reason for refusal.

The case failed under Zambrano on the basis that there was no suggestion or evidence that the father in the UK could not care for the children. However, the case succeeded on human rights grounds, essentially on the basis of the best interests of the children.

Free at last.


Roseline Akhalu, the kidney transplant patient who faced the threat of removal to Nigeria where she would have died within a matter of weeks, has heard today that the Home Office has given her leave to remain until at least February 2016. Public Interest Lawyers who have represented Rose since she was first detained by the UK Border Agency in March 2012 confirmed that there has been no appeal lodged by the Home Office against an Immigration Appeal Tribunal’s ruling that Ms Akhalu could lawfully remain in the United Kingdom. They will be pressing the Home Office to grant their client indefinite leave to remain in light of the exhaustion of the Secretary of State’s appeal rights in this case.


EEA freedom of movement Wayne and Daisy blog 2013.



Wayne and Daisy do Surinder Singh - safely arrived in France.


ASA probes Home Office 'go home' van campaign.


Immigrant X data entry.


This is our manifesto, simple, without a plan, just an ideal for a better future and a statement of our resolve to do our best.  We simply want to make the world a better place for all.  We will do what we can with what we have to make it possible for immigrants to choose a place to live where they feel safe, secure and can make a future for themselves and their families.

Britain's pathetic response to the rise of a global power.


Despite their military name, it is hard to see how an eight-strong delegation from Nigeria's branch of the Boys' Brigade posed much of a threat to this country. They are, after all, members of a Christian youth group that is championed by our royal family and had been invited to a prestigious global event to recognise civic leadership. But the handpicked teenagers and their two dedicated leaders were barred from Britain.

Bishop says immigrant purse is a macho stunt.


https://twitter.com/Queen_UK :
The Edinburgh Panda may be pregnant. Or, as UKIP MPs might say, "Chinese immigrant has babies and YOU'RE paying!"

Britain's booming population: what role is immigration playing?


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