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Offer amnesty to end hostile environment

The Conservatives finally published their immigration white paper before the Christmas break, setting out their vision of how immigration policy would work after Brexit. 

The Lib Dem response was robust and clear, setting out redlines on scrapping the net migration target, limiting immigration detention and lifting the working ban on asylum seekers to name a few. But our approach to the estimated one million population of illegal migrations living and working in the UK seemed to be lacking a strong, decent and Liberal solution.

Windrush, after Brexit, was the biggest story of

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    Michael 23rd Jan '19 - 10:47pm....................We already had a “people’s vote”, and the people voted to leave. You might not like it, but we can’t...
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    It is worth pointing out ( not for the first time and certainly not for the last) that because Brexit is so vague each Brexiteer...
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    Gladstone... He was a hypocrite who preached "moralist foreign policy" but in fact supported that illegitimate, reactionary slave state formed by a bunch of slave-owning...
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    As the prospect of a Brexit election subsides in the face of projections of another hung parliament and the Labour leadership procrastinate on getting behind...
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    There basically three types of breciteers within the Tory party - one of them divided into two sub groups. There are the Little Englanders (...
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    @Peter Martin - re: Matthew Green His point is interesting, however, if the UK does crash out, don't expect the EU to leave the pre-Brexit...