Vincent Boland: Claptrap that immigrants pose an existential threat to western way of life has to be challenged
As Armenians flee Nagorno-Karabakh, it’s time to reiterate that properly integrated and settled, immigrants are an economic and social benefit to any country
A little over 18 months ago, as Russian forces crossed into Ukraine from the north, east and south, the biggest movement of displaced people across European borders since the second world war began.
By July of this year 6.2 million Ukrainians had been forced to flee their country, not knowing when, or if, they could return. Most of them are in the European Union, with at least one million in Poland and 80,000 in ...