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Asylum seekers cannot be penalised for their manner of entry. Not to mention that it is illegal to intercept and return refugees without hearing their cases.
We are seeing an increase in attacks on human rights in the UK. If we want to maintain some positive outlook, we need to recognise that we have to fight for them. We can make a difference in 2021, but we need to push for it.
On Wednesday, we were inexplicably tagged in a Telegraph article by Home Affairs editor Charles Hymas. We are going to set out the substantive points it raises.
If you, as many others – including the Home Office it seems, had only just a vague grasp of how different laws and treaties work in relation to asylum seekers and deportation from the UK, this very informative piece will definitely clarify things.
MPs should learn a basic level about the laws governing this country instead of tweeting their ignorance about refugees.5 min read
Let’s break Sarah Atherton’s letter on refugees and boat crossings down, and the spectacular lack of knowledge demonstrated by the MP for Wrexham in it, shall we?