migration policy

The British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT) or Chagos Islands is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom in the Indian Ocean | Photo: Picture Alliance / CPA Media Co. Ltd
From file: A boat with migrants who set off from Tunisia arrives in the port of the Italian island of Lampedusa | Photo: ANSA/Elio Desiderio
A view of RAF Scampton in Lincoln, one of several new military sites earmarked to accommodate asylum seekers and migrants in the UK | Photo: Callum Parker / empics / picture alliance
Britain's Royal Air Force flew some of the Afghan translators and their families into the UK in October 2021 | Photo: Roland Hoskins / picture alliance / dmg media licensing
The UK's proposed new migration bill, if passed, would result in many of those who cross the Channel being detained and prevented from claiming asylum | Source: Screenshot InfoMigrants video
From file: Napier Barracks in Folkestone, Kent. The Refugee Council predicts that migrant detention under the proposed law would cost over €10 billion over the next three years  | Photo: Gareth Fuller / picture alliance / empics
From file: Ivory Coast nationals living in Tunisia and seeking repatriation wait outside the embassy of Ivory Coast in Tunis, Tunisia, February 27, 2023 | Photo: Jihed Abidellaoui /Reuters
Italy's Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani with his Slovenian counterpart Tanja Fajonduring in Ljubljana | Photo: ARCHIVE ANSA / CLAUDIO PERI
Suella Braverman said after a visit to Rwanda that she was looking forward to "operationalize the partnership" | Photo: AP Photo / picture alliance
From file: Migrants living in Greece take part in a protest back in 2020 about the government's migration policy | Photo: Picture-alliance
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi (L) meets his Egyptian counterpart Mahmoud Tawfik (R) in Cairo, Egypt, March 16, 2023 | Photo: Italian Interior Ministry website
An additional five bodies have been recovered following a shipwreck which took place off the Calabrian coast on February 26 | Photo: Reuters