Immigration, racism & human rights

A recent audit revealed that asylum seekers, on average, have higher qualifications than the British population, and are able to make a strong contribution to the economy. Yet the worst human rights abuses in the UK are committed against refugees and asylum seekers. The government has denied them the right to work. A rising number are denied benefits, and end up on the streets. Former MP Keith Best is Chief Executive of Immigration Advisory Service, which provides free
legal advice and representation to people with immigration and asylum problems. Named in the Guardian as one of the 100 most influential people in public services in the UK, he will unravel the complicated immigration imbroglio