Monthly Archives: April 2015

No evidence of HIV health tourism

The National AIDS Trust reports that: “In 2006 60 per cent of new HIV diagnoses were of infections probably acquired abroad. 35 per cent of all adults living with HIV in the UK were born in Africa. …¬†The majority of … Continue reading

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The Australian points-based migration system

As explained by Alex Reilly on The Conversation, in Australia, permanent migration in the year ending June 2014 was 203,000 in a population of 23 million people. In the UK, permanent migration in the year ending September 2014 was 624,000 … Continue reading

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