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UKIP now wants “a fair and reasonable immigration policy”

UKIP Culture Spokesman Peter Whittle says the UK needs “a fair and reasonable immigration policy” in order to “build a more integrated society”.

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India expands consular services and launch 14 new centres in UK

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The Indian High Commision are expanding their consular services to cut waiting time and will launch 14 application centres across the UK for visa, passport and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) applications, from March 1st.

The centres will include three in London (Goswell Road, Hounslow, Paddington) and one in Birmingham, Belfast, Bristol, Bradford, Edinburgh, Manchester, Newcastle, Cardiff, Liverpool, Leicester and Glasgow. Most will be open early March 2nd with the rest by March 14th.

The services will include the new biometric data collection as part of the IVFRT (Indian Visa and Foreigners Registration and Tracking) scheme. This would mean those applying at the centres would have to apply online and then visit the Indian Visa and Consular Service centres physically, to submit visa applications and enrol their biometric data.

Addresses of the new consular services and the launch dates of each can be found at the Indian High Commission Website here. The centres are open 08:30 -15:30 Hours (Monday to Friday, excluding Consular holidays).

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National Demo Against Racism and Fascism to be held in London

The National Demo Against Racism and Fascism will be held in London on 21st March 2015.

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Refugee Council criticises narrow review of immigration detention

18th February 2015: Refugee Council has criticised the Home Office’s move to only review some aspects of immigration detention.

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Channel 4’s Immigration Street to air as one-off documentary

12th February 2015: Channel 4's controversial series on immigration will air as a one-off documentary instead of six programmes as initially planned.

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