Citizenship is not a ‘privilege’ – the Borders Bill clause is a threat to ethnic minority Britons
Allowing the Home Office to revoke British citizenship without notice would be indefensible, writes Alba Kapoor, senior policy officer at The Runnymede Trust.
At least 27 people die after migrant boat capsizes in Channel
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was “shocked, appalled and deeply saddened” by the deaths of at least 27 people.
Borders Bill will be ‘catastrophic’ for victims of modern slavery, MPs told
By placing a time period on victims of human trafficking to come forward, campaigners fear fewer perpetrators of modern slavery will be brought to justice.