Last night, Oxford City Council became the lastest to pass a motion to condemn the government’s hostile environment agenda, and calling for an end to immigration detention.

Oxford becomes the tenth council to pass such a motion, following Manchester, Liverpool, Cambridge, Brighton and Hove, Islington, Lambeth, Bristol, Lewisham and Haringey.

The motion was proposed by Labour councillor Hosnieh Djafari-Marbini, and seconded by Councillors from the Liberal Democrat and Green Groups.

So, which council will be next? Yours? If you want to encourage your council to stand up to the hostile environment and propose a motion against detention, have a look at our how-to guide.