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# Immigration

Last year
2023
Analysis: Immigration matters to British voters, but not as much as Conservatives would like
Sydney Nash
Sunak seeks to win over rebel Tories ahead of crunch vote on Rwanda immigration plan
UK Prime Minister defends new Rwanda asylum seeker plan as he battles to maintain authority
Dáil adopts motion emphasising importance of inward migration, following immigration debate
Opinion: The riots were a scaled-up version of what we migrants face every day in Ireland
Teresa Buczkowska
Over 64,000 people emigrated from Ireland in year to April 2023
Tom Clonan: There is a real danger now of serious injuries or fatalities at a far-right protest
Tom Clonan
Housing Minister condemns 'misinformation' letters distributed in Dublin with Fianna Fáil logo
Immigrant groups concerned about implications of 'immigration checks' in Dublin
Asylum seekers taken off Bibby Stockholm barge after Legionella found in water supply
Barry Andrews: Several false narratives surround migration and asylum seeking - here are some facts
Barry Andrews
Opinion: When we hear about 'refugees' or 'migrants', remember these are real people
Fellipe Lopes
What does Africa Day mean to Afro-Irish people living here today?
Garda union AGSI seeks clarity on the policing of protests as Clare blockade continues
Dublin Airport says traffic is 'returning to normal' after immigration protest
UK immigration policy will impact Ireland, says Taoiseach
Opinion: Identity politics dominated Britain's Brexit - let's not make the same mistakes
Peter Flanagan
Irish immigration lawyers say Government needs to show 'actual leadership and compassion'
Paul Murphy: Anti-refugee protests a far cry from grassroots 'no to water charges' campaigns
Paul Murphy
Varadkar on protests against refugees: 'We should know better. It's not the Irish way'
The Explainer: How does Ireland's immigration system work?
Dublin TD says protesters told him 'they will come to my home and burn it down'
Charity refuses to delete clip of Holocaust survivor confronting UK politician
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FactCheck newsletter: Covid, climate change and Ukraine dominated disinformation narratives in 2022
Fermoy latest town to be visited by anti-immigration campaigners and misinformation
Lynn Ruane: Some refugees are vilified for being from certain places or because they are men
Lynn Ruane
‘Shut Manston down’ – hundreds protest outside UK migrant centre in pouring rain
UK police: 'Extreme right wing motivation behind firebomb attack' on immigration centre
French far-right MP suspended for 15 days after racist comment
Uproar in French parliament after MP accused of racially abusing colleague during migration debate
UK immigration centre a ‘prison’, migrants say, as they beg for help with message in a bottle
UK immigration office handling asylum seekers firebombed
How has the European Court of Human Rights grounded the UK’s Rwanda plan?
Last-ditch bid to block deportation flight from UK to Rwanda rejected
‘No Rwanda’ protest staged at immigration removal centre
Ireland could develop two-tier treatment of asylum seekers, Refugee Council warns
Ukraine refugees to be allowed register at regional immigration hubs under new law
Larry Donnelly: Why hasn’t the far-right risen in Ireland?
Larry Donnelly
Rwanda president says UK asylum seeker deal 'not trading in humans'
UK's Rwanda immigration policy ‘about saving this Government’s skin’, says charity