Tag Archives: Coalition

We Need to Talk About Syria

Or more specifically, about what the government is doing and not doing about Syria. There is no doubt that there is now a humanitarian crisis, and a civil war with no end in sight. So what is the government doing … Continue reading

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Theresa May’s Newest Attack on Humanity This post explains things much better than I ever could.

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Banal, Dangerous Stupidity

Yesterday The Telegraph ran an article on the proposals to further block foreign criminals from having access to Art8 appeals, backed by over 100 MPs. I could go on about the many different ways in which this proposal is wrong … Continue reading

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On The Value of a Life

A man is dying right now because of immigration rules. Ifa Muaza, a 45 year old Nigerian asylum seeker, has been on hunger strike at Harmondsworth Removal Centre for almost 3 months now. The High Court ruled last week that he must … Continue reading

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The harsh reality and unfairness of the government’s anti-immigration campaign

Originally posted on Pride's Purge:
(not satire – it’s the UK today) This has been taken from Harley Miller’s Facebook page, an Australian who has been living in the UK for the last 9 years:  Hello my friends, You may…

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UKBA Sham Marriages Fail

  I just came across the story of  Miao Guo and Massimo Ciabattini, whose wedding was rudely interrupted by the UK Border Agency. Suspecting a sham-marriage, the UKBA stormed in during their vows and separated the couple for questioning. After … Continue reading

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David Cameron, Chahal and Human Rights

The key factor here is the European Court of Human Rights judgement in the Chahal case in 1996… Before the Chahal case, and before the Human Rights Act, if a Home Secretary had considered a foreign national to be sufficiently … Continue reading

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