An effective asylum policy requires realism, not racism

It is a glib cop-out to blame yob culture or endemic racism for what is happening in our communities. The reality is that mass movement of people is now possible on a scale which was unimaginable 20 years ago. The original United Nations Convention on the Treatment of Refugees which ...

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