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Information last updated on January 7, 2020
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"We're concerned that if the department does not make decisions based on evidence, it instead risks making them on… https://t.co/R07GbZp3Rj
About 14 hours ago from Detention Action
“The use of military barracks to accommodate traumatised asylum seekers is typical of a Home Office that is unprepa… https://t.co/DbKIF49S0c
Great to see more support for safe & legal routes to asylum as @thetimes pick apart Priti Patel's fantasy of making… https://t.co/sLgfN41V5c
"That the courts must step in to prevent this injustice should shame @pritipatel, but will instead enrage her. Thre… https://t.co/UstHji2K7A
About 2 days ago from Detention Action
Today, we spoke to Adam, who fled his home country after years of Government torture.
He made a death-defying jou… https://t.co/jDRNl2PkUT
"This is our life now. We're just waiting to cross to the UK again where some of us have close family members...The… https://t.co/7YzJJGn8vo
About 5 days ago from Detention Action
Hassan is 17. His only living family are in the UK after his parents, siblings & grandparents di… https://t.co/BFiZF0w5CM
Thousands of people are detained indefinitely in the UK every year. Often held for months, or even years, with no i… https://t.co/5RWTKX4YMX
About 1 week ago from Detention Action