An asylum seeker living at a military barracks in Kent has said conditions are “unbearable”, with 34 people sharing one shower.
Asylum seekers living at a controversial military barracks have gone on hunger strike and are sleeping outdoors in protest at conditions inside.
Many migrants and refugees staying at a camp in northwestern Bosnia have complained of respiratory and skin infections after spending days in makeshift tents and containers amid freezing weather and snowstorms, aid workers warned.
Three children have been rescued from the English Channel after their migrant boat got into difficulty.
A lorry driver who discovered the bodies of 39 migrants in the back of his trailer had been “blind to the risks” of people smuggling, a court has heard.
A ringleader of the people-smuggling ring responsible for the deaths of 39 migrants closed his eyes in the dock as his victims’ final agonising gasps were heard for the first time in court.
People who have risked their lives by trying to cross from France to Britain have told the PA news agency how they faced violence, enslavement and were threatened at gunpoint.
More than 8,400 migrants crossed the English Channel to the UK in 2020, quadruple the number for 2019.
Hundreds of migrants from a burned-out tent camp in north-west Bosnia remain packed in buses where they had spent the night after an attempt to relocate them failed.
A major fire broke out at a temporary migrant camp in Bosnia that has been strongly criticised by rights groups as unsuitable due to its lack of resources, with officials claiming former residents had started the blaze.
Migrants hoping to enter the UK will be shown “hard-hitting” geo-targeted adverts via social media in a bid to deter people from making dangerous attempts via the English Channel.
The people-smuggling ring behind the migrant deaths tragedy in Essex was an Irish-Romanian enterprise.
A Syrian child refugee has said she hopes to become a doctor to “make people feel happy” after being given the chance of a new life in the UK.
Syrian families have shared their experiences of their first Christmases in the UK for a video.
Police should immediately stop sharing immigration information with the Government when they have concerns about the residency status of domestic abuse victims, a report has urged.
A jury has retired to consider verdicts in the trial of alleged people-smugglers linked to the deaths of 39 migrants.
Five children wrapped up against the bitter cold – including a baby without socks or shoes – were among the migrants who landed on the Kent coast on Monday morning.
Turning migrant boats in the Channel back to France could be a “critical component” in tackling the surge in crossings to the UK, a minister has suggested.
Spanish authorities have dismantled the bulk of a makeshift camp for migrant processing that for more than three months was known as the “dock of shame” for holding in unfit conditions thousands of Africans who arrived in the Canary Islands.
More than 8,000 migrants have crossed the Channel to the UK in small boats this year.
Britain and France have signed a new agreement aimed at curbing the number of migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats.
The Home Office is “trying to gag” volunteers visiting an army barracks where asylum-seekers are being housed by using the Official Secrets Act, it is claimed.
France’s interior minister ordered an internal police investigation after officers were filmed tossing migrants out of tents while evacuating a protest camp in Paris.
A trial has opened over the shooting death of a two-year-old toddler who was in a van during a high-speed chase between police and suspected migrant smugglers seeking to get to Britain.
A lorry driver accused over the deaths of 39 migrants has told jurors he is “devastated” for their families but denies knowing they were in his trailer.
A lorry driver accused over the deaths of 39 migrants has told jurors he is “devastated” for their families.
French police say they have taken down a crime group which smuggled up to 1,000 migrants into the UK in just one year.
At least 74 migrants drowned after their Europe-bound ship capsized off the coast of Libya, the UN migration agency said, in the latest in a series of at least eight shipwrecks in the Central Mediterranean since last month.
The Home Office has neither the “capacity nor the capabilities” to tackle Channel migrant crossings and the number of people smuggled into the country by lorry, a watchdog has warned.
Looking out from Kingsdown beach on the south coast, a 140ft Border Force patrol cutter could be seen watching on as a migrant dinghy was towed along the shoreline.