On this page you will find the most recent briefings, submissions and evidence prepared by ILPA.  You are welcome to cite these briefings; please acknowledge ILPA as the source and provide the date of publication.

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4 May 2018
ILPA briefing on the Data Protection Bill 2017 for the Report Stage in the House of Commons (9 May 2018)

27 April 2018
ILPA briefing for the debate on the petition “Amnesty for Anyone that was a Migrant and arrived in Britain between 1948 to 1971:” Westminster Hall, 4.30pm, 30 April 2018

2 March 2018
ILPA Briefing for Second Reading of the Data Protection Bill 2017 in the House of Commons (2 March 2018)

6 December 2017
ILPA Briefing Paper - Who will remain after Brexit? Ensuring protection for all persons resident under EU law by Bernard Ryan, Professor of Migration Law, University of Leicester (6 December 2017)

7 November 2017
ILPA evidence for the Home Affairs Committee Home Office delivery of Brexit: immigration inquiry (6 November 2017)

7 November 2017
ILPA evidence for the Home Affairs Committee Immigration Policy: Principles for Building Consensus Inquiry (6 November 2017)

15 September 2017
ILPA Briefing on the National Health Service (Charges to Overseas Visitors) Amendment Regulations 2017 (SI 2017/756), 15 September 2017

5 September 2017
ILPA Briefing for the House of Commons’ Second Reading of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill on 7 September 2017 (5 September 2017)

24 August 2017
ILPA note on problems obtaining evidence of asylum support for legal aid purposes, prepared for National Asylum Stakeholder Forum meeting of 5 July 2017, dated 28 June 2017

5 July 2017
ILPA evidence to Chief inspector of borders and immigration: inspection examining how efficiently and effectively the Home Office uses outcomes and lessons learned from litigation action taken against its decisions (5 July 2017)

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