Tag: Consular News

Turmoil to follow EU vote – SNP MP

The referendum on Britain’s EU membership will not settle its relationship with Europe, no matter which way the vote goes, a senior Scottish National Party…

Turmoil to follow EU vote – SNP MP

The referendum on Britain’s EU membership will not settle its relationship with Europe, no matter which way the vote goes, a senior Scottish National Party…

EU migrants rush for UK passports

Applications by EU migrants for British citizenship have soared due to the uncertainty caused by the upcoming referendum on the UK’s EU membership, a leading…

Huge ‘Books for Prisons’ response

It’s the season for giving and this Christmas foreign national offenders at Maidstone Prison will receive the gift of a foreign language library donated by…

Consuls are key in crisis response

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks and other mass fatality incidents, consuls in London attended a seminar organised by Rowland Brothers International to…

CCL Committee 2016 elected

At the Consular Corps AGM Christiaan Sys, Belgian Vice Consul, was elected for a second term as President. Re-elected on to the executive committee was…

Support for visitor victims in London

The holiday period is a busy time for consuls who may be called on to aid their citizens visiting London, so they welcomed the opportunity…

Frontline consular service for FCO

Tracking down a Scottish chef in Belgium who can cook haggis was one of many outlandish requests fielded by British consuls last year, the Foreign…

Immigration Bill 2016

A new Conservative government was elected in May with a mandate to bring migration down to sustainable levels. Alicia Ioannou of the Home Office gave…