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Cultural exchange programmes in jeopardy as the Home Office phases out ID cards
Europe and a faltering economy have put pressure on Erdogan to deter new arrivals
People have turned to ad hoc groups after government departments were overwhelmed by the demands
Merkel’s party accuses finance minister of policies that would expose taxpayers and savers
Interior minister Gérald Darmanin accuses UK of ‘blackmail’ and ‘posturing’
The violent repercussions of the collapse of security in the north African state a decade ago stretch across the Sahel
But there are fears that the warm welcome for those escaping persecution could soon fade
Ministers plan to increase number of people on visas that deny access to public funds
Mexico, Canada and South Africa among the countries in recruiters’ focus
MPs claim thousands are eligible for help due to links with British military or other entities
Bloc seeks to avoid repeat of turmoil sparked by Syrian migrants in 2015
Developing countries offer to house evacuees until they can be resettled in wealthier nations
Surging demand for goods during the pandemic has increased volumes for hauliers to carry
Government’s commitment to relocate people fleeing the Taliban falls short, say lawyers and community groups
Warsaw accuses Minsk of funnelling refugees toward EU in effort to destabilise its neighbours
President faces rising popular and political opposition to migrants, unlike during the 2015 Syria crisis
A backlog of applications and surge in Channel boat crossings have forced authorities to house children in unsuitable hotels
The current rules are unfair and entrench discrimination
European leaders must counter Alexander Lukashenko’s ‘weaponisation’ of refugees
Politicians fear large numbers of asylum seekers could give a boost to rightwing populism
Will all these certificates join passports and income tax as emergency measures that lasted?
This compassionate exploration of migrants’ reasons for risking life and limb to reach Europe comes at a time of hardening policies towards refugees
Pentagon admits it is ‘not close’ to targets amid reports Taliban is blocking access to airport
Suppliers warn of ‘risk of irrecoverable food shortages’ as they struggle to hire staff
EU officials scarred by 2015 Syrian crisis say mass intake of migrants ‘not a solution’