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Anglican archbishop says UK’s Rwanda migrants plan goes against God

The leader of the Anglican church strongly criticized the British government’s plan to put some asylum-seekers on one-way flights to Rwanda, saying “sub-contracting out our responsibilities” to refugees can’t stand up to God’s scrutiny.

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UK bishops urge government to show more compassion to refugees

Bishops in the UK are speaking out against the British government’s New Plan for Immigration, which they claim will create a “two-tier” system for asylum seekers.

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UK’s asylum system ‘unjust and dehumanizing,’ according to new JRS report

Refugees and asylum seekers in the United Kingdom say they are “not seen, heard, or recognized,” according to a new report published by the Jesuit Refugee Service.

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Pope’s new encyclical targets ‘divisive and unpleasant rhetoric’ on migration

In his latest encyclical, Pope Francis is speaking “directly to the divisive and unpleasant rhetoric which is so pervasive in our society” especially in the UK, according to the head of Britain’s leading Catholic refugee agency.

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Catholic refugee agency: Immigrant detention in UK promotes ‘culture of death’

Britain’s immigration detention system fosters a “culture of death” and the practice should be ended, according the country’s leading Catholic refugee agency.

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Bishop says Caribbean immigrants to UK ‘failed by the state’

The Windrush Generation were too often “failed by the state,” according to Bishop Paul McAleenan, the head of the migrants and refugees desk at the England and Wales bishops’ conference.

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