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History offers Britain an important lesson on shutting down immigration
Britain’s struggle to come to terms with immigration is starting to look like a case of history repeating itself argues Dr Tendayi Bloom and Dr Katherine Tonkiss.
Today’s immigration laws have teeth, and their bite is toxic for people seeking asylum
The tightening of the immigration regime in the UK has made life full of uncertainty and injustice, for those seeking sanctuary in Liverpool and beyond.
Life in immigration limbo: Befriending the women of Yarl's Wood
Detainees at Yarl's Wood don't know how long they will be held at the facility before being removed from the UK. And that creates an enormous strain, as Joanne Vincent has discovered.
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