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Home Office relying on explicitly racist reasoning to refuse human rights cases

Home Office relying on explicitly racist reasoning to refuse human rights cases

I’ve left out the names. There were two children and both were born in Britain as British citizens. They can “go home” where they belong, though, as far as this civil servant is concerned. This matches with another recent refusal ...

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