Random thoughts on asylum tribunals

I was at the asylum tribunal in Manchester again yesterday. This time, I was there with an Iraqi Kurd who had to flee his country

Whatever the solution, it’s not that straightforward

Yesterday’s news about the lorry full of migrants has rightly shocked everybody. It has been nearly 20 years since we’ve had a similar incident on

An ongoing prayer of our church

The Guardian has reported that asylum seeker housing are in property unfit for human habitation. You can read the full report here. If you, like

What is the worst that could happen? Not receiving your eternal asylum

What’s the worst thing that could possibly happen? So went the question my fellow elder asked. We were having a discussion about our Iranian contingent

British asylum policy being dictated by mob rule over Asia Bibi

The Guardian have reported that ministers – including the former Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson – have called on the government to grant Asia Bibi asylum

The problem with asylum tribunals and a ray of hope

I was interested in a Twitter comment from Ryan King yesterday. Here is what he said: Ignorance and incompetence at a high level has led

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