The Home Office have produced a May 2018 (pdf) guidance explaining the Windrush Scheme which aims to support the people who arrived in the UK many years ago and do not have documentation to confirm their immigration status.
The Home office have produced a May 2018 user guide (pdf) to their statistics. This resource provides figures on the levels and trends in numbers of people who are covered by the UK’s immigration control and related processes. Continue reading “Home Office resource: User Guide to Home Office Immigration Statistics”
Some evidence suggests childhood gender dysphoria remains poorly understood by social workers. Correspondingly some studies describe parents and children often find themselves having to educate the professionals around them.
This is from the May 2019 report (pdf) from the Department for Education on the adequacy and consistency of knowledge on gender variance in social work training and continuous professional development.
There is no domestic legal or constitutional requirement for a vote to be held in Parliament to approve the Withdrawal Agreement before it is concluded by the UK and the EU under Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union (TEU).
This is from the May 2018 research briefing from the House of Commons Library on the role of parliament in the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.
The public is generally unaware of the systemic causes of homelessness, the breadth of its reach and the scope of its consequences.
This is according to the May 2018 report Reframing Homelessness by FrameWorks Institute and Crisis on changing public thinking about homelessness.
‘60% of people underestimate the number of disabled people in Britain today.’
The Government Equalities Office announced that it will consult on the future of civil partnerships.
This is from their May 2018 policy paper (pdf) which sets out plans for a new consultation to assess whether there is still enough demand for civil partnerships among same-sex couples, now that marriages are available to them. And whether there is demand for civil partnerships amongst opposite-sex couples.
‘Ireland did not want Brexit and is determined to limit its damage to Irish society. But it is not afraid of an EU without the UK.’
This is according to the May 2018 report by UK in a Changing Europe on Brexit and Ireland (pdf).
‘The measurement of wellbeing inequality has been woefully under-researched.’
Despite the Home Office’s recognition that integrating refugees in the long-term is as important as addressing immediate needs, there is an absence of a national integration strategy.
This is according to the May 2018 report on the Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (pdf) by the Independent Chief Inspector for Borders and Immigration.