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New powers have come into force this week allowing the Home Secretary Theresa May to deprive naturalised Britons of their citizenship, even where doing so would render them stateless.
The Government is pushing ahead with plans which allow it to make Britons stateless by depriving them of citizenship, despite having described such moves as a “negative step.”
The House of Commons has overturned amendments to the Immigration Bill made by the House of Lords concerning the issue of citizenship-stripping.
MPs are tomorrow (7 May) expected to vote on the Home Secretary’s plans for a vast expansion of the Government’s power to arbitrarily deprive Britons of their citizenship.
Plans which would give the Home Secretary the power to deprive millions of British people of their citizenship are being opposed by a range of legal experts.
The House of Lords is to vote on plans which would allow the Home Secretary to deprive millions of Britons of their citizenship.
A survey by the NASUWT teaching union offers further evidence of decline in the provision of subjects not included in the English Baccalaureate.
Community-specific anxiety could not overshadow the common worries of Christians and Muslims, a leading Middle East commentator has said.
Beginning in January, BBC Four is hosting a wide-ranging debate on the state of justice in Britain and the world today.
Unlock Democracy, which promotes democratic renewal and active engagement in the political process, has criticised Lord Goldsmith's citizenship review for its narrow view of what it means to be a UK citizen.