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The Church of England is joining a campaign which is calling for the Government to end the destitution of people refused asylum in Britain.
The London Churches Refugee Fund has been set up to provide help to destitute asylum seekers has its official launch on Sunday 17th June at 6.30 pm. at Westminster Abbey
Baptists from across the country will be travelling to Brighton on Friday (4 May) for the Baptist Assembly, the biggest Baptist event of the year.
Thousands are expected to take part in a special church service next week to celebrate immigration and call for an amnesty for illegal immigrants.
The leader of the World Council of Churches (WCC) has urged churches in the UK and Ireland to increase their hospitality toward migrants, and allow themselves to be changed by immigration.
An independent inquiry into destitution amongst people refused asylum has exposed the 'appalling and inhumane' conditions created by Government policy.
Those working with asylum seekers facing deportation say that the Home Office has been rounding up Sudanese nationals who have been refused asylum in the UK, with the intention of deporting them.
The Independent Asylum Commission's second public hearing to collect evidence for its citizens’ enquiry into the UK’s asylum system.