Restoring a little justice

January 1992
New Statesman & Society;1/24/92, Vol. 5 Issue 186, p6
Editorial. Expresses dismay over the likely passage of Britain's Asylum Bill, which will severely curtail the rights of asylum seekers. Weakness of the UK Immigrants' Advisory Service (UKIAS); Flaws in the rules governing the interpretation of the bill; How a Labour government would change it.


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