From Eastern Europe to the East End

'There is a whole Eastern European city of half a million people in London. More than 80 per cent have arrived since 2004. It is a city working in basic jobs, with a sprinkling of Russian aristocrats and Bosnian refugees.'

Prospect’s Far-Right Friend

The magazine's latest issue, out today, features an advert for a book by a BNP blogger that we at Standpoint refused to publish

A ‘Liberal Racist’? Me? I Felt Like a Heretic

A decade ago I tentatively questioned the benefits of mass immigration and got slated for it. But things have moved on

Rude Britannia II

The incompetence of the UK Border Agency has cost me thousands and, ultimately, seen me deported. Even their own staff concede they don’t know what they’re doing

The BBC’s Groupthink on Immigration Stinks

The corporation has for too long ignored public opinion on multiculturalism, sticking instead to liberal orthodoxies

Rude Britannia

The UK Border Agency's woeful inefficiency means that visa applicants are stuck in the country, without a passport and unable to work, for months on end

Persecuted Muslims Who Love Life in England

In Pakistan the Ahmadiyya community live in fear of attack. In England they are a model of integration and loyalty to the host country

What To Do With the Huddled Masses?

David Goodhart's The British Dream isn't a scintillating read, but it is a thoughtful articulation of the UK's changing attitudes to immigration

Nanny State

Are we being overrun by immigrants, ask two housewives

Census That Revealed a Troubling Future

Anyone who voiced concern about the rate of immigration into Britain was branded a racist. They weren’t racist. They were right

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"