David Cameron’s proposed immigration laws criticised by UN ~ Hayley Dixon, The Telegraph.
A document released from the office the UN high commissioner for refugees claims that genuine asylum seekers could be damaged by the proposed rules.
David Cameron’s proposed immigration laws could stigmatise foreigners and create a “climate of ethnic profiling”, the UN refugee agency has said.
The immigration bill could deny housing to those in desperate need and damage communities, according to a highly critical document from the office of Antonio Guterres, the UN high commissioner for refugees.
The commission has expressed concern that legal refugees and asylum seekers will get caught up in the proposed new laws, which are designed to crack down on illegal immigrants.
In a briefing note to MPs about the paper, seen by the Guardian
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