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Peers vote down UK government's proposed restrictions on judicial review

Judges in England and Wales should have sole discretion on whether to take forward judicial review cases where there is no likelihood that the final outcome for the applicant would be any different, the House of Lords has said. 28 Oct 2014

Public and politicians support removal of international students from UK net migration target

Members of the public are "surprised and even baffled" that international students are classified as 'immigrants' for the purposes of UK government migration figures, with the majority supporting their removal from the figures, according to new research carried... 26 Aug 2014

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South Africa preparing ‘critical skills’ list for work visas under new immigration rules

South Africa's newly-appointed home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has defended the introduction of new immigration rules , which he said will “balance the need for better security with the contribution migration makes to economic development and prosperity”.... 27 Jun 2014

UK immigration policy is making international students feel "unwelcome", says House of Lords committee

An "unprecedented" 10% fall in the number of international science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) students coming to the UK to study can partly be attributed to the UK's "unwelcoming" immigration reforms, a House of Lords committee has found. 15 Apr 2014

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