Category Archives: Asylum

Iraq ten years on

Ten years on from the invasion of Iraq by British and American forces, Jo Wilding recalls her work there, and describes how now as an immigration barrister she meets the victims of the conflict as clients seeking asylum in the … Continue reading

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Trafficking, Human Rights and the Duty to Investigate

In a deeply disturbing case, the High Court has ruled that the police can be liable for a failure to investigate the ill-treatment of victims of trafficking. The claimants in OOO & Others v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis … Continue reading

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