British Immigration Policy Under the Conservative Government

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Ashgate, 2001 - Political Science - 251 pages
In a rapidly globalizing world, immigration has become an extremely important issue in British politics. This text examines the repercussions of British immigration policy under the Conservative government for individuals from the developing countries. It not only looks at the politics behind the issue of immigration, but also at social welfare and the legal implications. The study draws on primary material gathered from interviews with officials from the government, the police and adjudicators involved in the process.

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The Development of Immigration Legislation and Rules
Channels for Processing Immigration as an Issue

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