Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin
April 2005
Community Care;4/14/2005, Issue 1568, p18
Investigates the issue on the deportation of immigrants and asylum seekers in Great Britain. Instigation of member of Parliament Michael Howard on the attacks on migrants and asylum seekers; Results of the restrictions in the immigration in the region; Remarks on the New Labour society regarding the issue.


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