posted 2 years ago
"We cannot answer this question clearly because the way immigrants are treated in the UK varies depending on their country of origin, their visa status, and a variety of other factors. However, in general, immigrants are not always treated moderately or with respect by UK authorities or the general public. Some immigrants have experienced racism and xenophobia and have been subjected to verbal and physical abuse.
In addition, many immigrants live in poverty or near-poverty conditions due to a lack of access to affordable housing, healthcare, and education. They also often experience difficulty finding employment due to discrimination and a lack of legal rights."