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The American and French Revolutions are modern history’s most famous examples of popular resistance to paying taxes. But the pitched rhetorical battles over taxation currently being waged in three different countries are nothing like those 18th century transformative struggles.
One of the core principles of international refugee law is the principle of non-refoulement. Yet, countries keep using brutal tactics to stop asylum seekers crossing borders.
The UK says its contract is better – it simply put tougher penalty clauses in place.
There are words and then there are deeds.