What is the right of abode ?

August 13, 2010

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How the UKBA is acting Unlawfully What is the right of abode The right of abode gives a person complete freedom from immigration control and permission Does the right of abode expire when a passport expire A person who has the right of abode does not lose their right of abode simply because their passport […]

So What does the new equality act mean ?

August 13, 2010

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I have been going through the new equality act for 2010 and to be honest I do not know what it means ? Although there are some changes its hard to see where the changes will apply ? There is a new clause for age and a further one for disability and apparently if something […]

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Asking Politicians To Help

August 12, 2010

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Asking politicians to get involved in doing anything has become a task in its own right. They are like the bureaucrats that they run. They will not give you the time of the day and put up a pretence of lip service and simply will not stand up for you even if your rights are […]

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A Step Too Far

August 11, 2010

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When I read reports of immigration officers dealing with asylum seekers have “grant monkeys” to put on their colleagues desks when they give a grant to a n asylum seeker and stories of whistle-blowers actually being punished for doing the right thing their conscious tells to, I can’t help but feel reinforced in my belief […]

Discrimination Of Right of Abode Persons

August 6, 2010

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Section 15 of the 2006 explanatory notes state the following:- “EMPLOYMENT The provisions: • create a power for the Secretary of State to apply a civil penalty, determined by a Code of Practice, to an employer of an adult subject to immigration control who has not been granted leave to enter or remain, whose leave […]

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Children of British Citizens are treated as if they don’t count

August 5, 2010

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The latest news from the UKBA is their recent publication which shows what contempt they hold children of British citizens who have been given the right of abode. Immigrants who have ILRs are treated with more respect and care then the children of British citizens who have the right of abode. http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/newsarticles/2010/275292/09expired-passport-ilr It is shocking […]

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Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee

August 5, 2010

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Lord Lucus’ Blog on statutory instruments Along with my answer to the dangerousness of statutory instruments that are not checked which can be used to over ride primary legislation and without a proper vote or debate in parliament as to its impact and effect. Merits of Statutory Instruments

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