Politicians and newspaper editors have convinced many people in Britain that it is a ‘soft touch’ for foreigners who want to settle here illegally or live off benefits. In reality, a harsh immigration system hurts families and damages society.
Lawyers for the Home Office, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Metropolitan Police have exceeded the deadline for responding to pre-action letters relating to a death sentence handed to a Kenyan citizen.
Premier, the Christian Media Group, is launching a public plea, calling on the Home Office to reconsider budget cuts at the Met Police's Human Trafficking Department as part of their Not For Sale campaign against sexual slavery.
A project helping young offenders in West London to re-connect with their belief background as a way of improving their behaviour has won a national Youth Justice award. It raises challenging questions about the role of faith in public life.
Leaders of three major denominations say changes at the Home Office may worsen the plight of asylum seekers subject to Britain’s draconian immigration laws. They condemn the attempted deportation of a traumatised Iranian woman.