At least one LGBT asylum seeker was sent back to a country where his life is in danger, another was only saved at the last minute when a barrister lodged an injunction against 'illegal' removal
Advocates, lawyers and universities raise concerns President-elect will rescind Obama programme protecting citizens from deportation
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program allow children to go to school and live without fear of deportation - in return, most of the children study and work in the US, pay taxes and contribute to the economy
'If the federal government takes a more aggressive role on deportation, then they’ll have to do that on their own,' says LA police chief
Two passers-by put out the flames but could not save him
Judges rule 'diligent student' Alusine Kamara, 29, can stay in UK as he has no links with place of birth
Passengers say they were not told what was going on
The system for electing presidents in America invites candidates to slither
The men are accused of having links to Al Qaeda
Luxembourg, with a population one hundredth of the UK, has committed itself to supply seven people
Student, who says he is ill, has said he will die if deported because Nigeria doesn't have 'the medical infrastructure required to keep me alive'
Myrtle Cothill was allowed to stay in the UK two weeks after a flight was booked for her return to South Africa
'It is not accepted that you are a homosexual and an openly gay man'
The prisons ombudsman's report said it is a 'tragic indictment of the system' that the frail and elderly man died while shackled to an immigration officer
Donald Macintyre follows François and David as they try to mend Anglo-French relations over a half-pint in Oxfordshire
More than 80 backbenchers had demanded a tougher line on deporting foreign criminals from Britain