Peers reject plans under Borders Bill to criminalise refugees who arrive by small boats — The Justice Gap – guest post

The House of Lords has rejected four key amendments to the controversial Nationality and Borders Bill. Peers rejected two controversial proposals: Clause 9 which would have given the government the power to strip British citizenship from people without warning; and Clause 11 that would criminalise refugees who entered the UK via ‘irregular routes’. Both measures had…

Peers reject plans under Borders Bill to criminalise refugees who arrive by small boats — The Justice Gap

~ by Barbara S on March 1, 2022.

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