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LEGAL MINUTE: UK election week

A second Brexit referendum is quickly becoming the only option to break the deadlock if a strong majority is not won in the upcoming election, according a new report by University College London. From iNews.

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Meet some of voters who have switched allegiances ahead of the 12 December general election. From BBC.

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Both Labour and Tory migration plans ‘would worsen NHS staffing’. The claim came as it emerged almost one in four hospital staff were born abroad. From The Guardian.

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How European students will be affected by Brexit? Despite many universities efforts to inform and support each of their students, a sense of uncertainty surrounding the subject is all too familiar. From Pie News.

LEGAL MINUTE: elections, Brexit and immigration

The UK’s departure from the EU would in fact be the starting date for a huge negotiation. From The Guardian.

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All migrants deserve support – not just the ‘good’ ones – Furaha Asani. Because I’m an academic, my possible deportation has caused outrage. But there are thousands of others in my position. From The Guardian.

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‘A dizzying maze’: how the UK immigration system is geared to reject. From The Guardian.

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EU settled status for family members of dual nationals. A new enquiry about the rules on settled status for EU citizens and their families after Brexit. From Free Movement.

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More than 250 British entrepreneurs have signed an open letter urging the next government to roll out a string of reforms to help the UK’s startup sector. The appeal, dubbed the Startup Manifesto, called for a reform of the visa system so that startups can attract the best talent without the barrier of bureaucracy. From City AM.

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Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, Greens, the Brexit party and Plaid Cymru in the run-up to the 2019 UK general election. What are their policies on immigration? From The Guardian.

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US prefers no-deal Brexit according to documents obtained by Labour. From The Guardian.

LEGAL MINUTE: election campaign and immigration news

Migrants forced to wait months for UK visa despite paying £800 for priority. The Home Office has been accused of incompetence after handing the fast-track service to private firms. From The Guardian.

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How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue. Over 20 years, the debate about freedom of movement has become skewed by a hostile narrative. From The Guardian.

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Brexit will cost NHS additional £60m a year to recruit doctors and nurses from abroad, Liberal Democrats claim. From Independent.

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The Conservatives have set out plans for an “equal” immigration system after Brexit as Jeremy Corbyn said he still expected a “great deal” of movement of people from the EU to the UK. From BBC.

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Corbyn defends benefits of immigration. Jeremy Corbyn has said that there will be a “great deal” of freedom of movement after the UK leaves the EU, with Labour expected to set out its policy on the issue. From BBC.