Saturday, 2 January 2016

Britain turning away majority of refugees fleeing Afghan conflict

Afghanistan war: Britain turning away majority of refugees fleeing conflict despite sending troops to Helmand | Home News | News | The Independent
While almost 90 per cent of Syrian asylum seekers and three quarters of Eritreans have their applications granted, the figure for Afghans stands at little over a third.
Debora Singer, from UK charity Asylum Aid, said there was a “culture of disbelief” at the Home Office that leaves vulnerable refugees struggling to prove their right to protection.

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