Diversity and openness to other cultures attracted me to the UK but these days they are more likely to vilify migrants than welcome them.
Miss Lebon offers us verses contemplating the refugee boats landing on the Dover shore and the many gifts their occupants bring with them.
Sir Roger Gale MP for Thanet, questions Government plans for asylum seekers to be housed at Manston Airport, pending dispersal around the UK.
At least 100 supporters gathered in Dover to hold a vigil in memory of the many migrants drowned while trying to cross the English Channel.
Two activists are staging a hunger strike in Calais in support of the migrants there seeking refuge in England, and to challenge Mr Macron.
British hospitality in Hungary surprised us. Albert has lived in Gyenesdiás for several years. We find out why he likes it
Folkestone CLP calls for a rethink on refugees. Constituency officer Abena made a powerful speech in support.
After France, Belgium and Holland, the longest part of the journey is on the German Autobahn. That that is not my favourite part of the trip, I must admit. I won’t bore you with what I thought were hair-raising moments when four or five cars driving with next to no distance between them overtook at incredible speeds. I also lost count of how many road works I encountered.
The experience of one recent migrant from Canterbury, now resident in The Hague, of healthcare in the Netherlands.
After the war, in which we were on the side that fought against fascism: “England would never condone any form of fascism” I often heard said.