Monthly Archives: December 2013

Theresa May’s slavery bill won’t help domestic workers

By: Bridget Anderson, Deputy Director, COMPAS and Julia O’Connell Davison, University of Nottingham. This blog was first posted by The Conversation on 26 November 2013.  The recent discovery of three women in Lambeth who had allegedly been held as slaves for more than 30 years has … Continue reading

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What we talk about when we talk about immigration

By: Mikal Mast, PR and Communications Officer In 2003, the Press Complaints Commission determined that the term ‘illegal asylum seeker’ was legally inaccurate and should no longer be used. It is impossible for an asylum seeker to be illegal because under human … Continue reading

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