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What is the European Court of Human Rights, and why did it stop a UK flight from taking off to Rwanda?4 min read
The European court blocked the UK from deporting asylum-seekers to Rwanda until after cases in the UK are decided. Will the UK government now consider withdrawing from the European convention on human rights altogether?
The political struggle of our time is no longer left versus right. It is democracy versus authoritarianism.
Government has more interest in allowing vulnerable children to be targeted by traffickers than tackling traffickers.3 min read
How many children refugees will join those already being incorrectly classed as adults by the Home Office’s social workers? How many risk being sent to Rwanda or stuck in camps?
The use of state-authorised force against asylum seekers is well documented – but they also use the language of warfare to deny them rights.
The new nationality and borders bill would give the government huge powers over British citizens as it could affect an estimated 6 million Britons who were born elsewhere or have another nationality.
The UK is now at that critical point where it is about to slide into full-blown authoritarianism, presided over by an entitled clown.
The British government is making specific choices about the way it presents data on Channel crossings.