Why Government's case for Nationality and Borders Bill is flawed
The following is analysis extracted from the joint submission of Migrant Voice and Amnesty International UK to the Public Bill Committee on this Bill.
The Bill was preceded by a public consultation, which overwhelmingly rejected the proposals now put forward in this Bill concerning immigration and asylum.
This analysis here summarises the consultation response and the Government’s overall, and profoundly flawed, case for the Bill relating to immigration and asylum.
The Bill's provisions concerning nationality law are considered in a separate joint submission of the Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC) and Amnesty International UK to the Public Bill Committee.