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Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament

Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
01/06
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The bill will reform the removals and appeals system. It will prevent illegal migrants accessing public services and the labour market.
Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
02/06
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Lee Jasper from Movement Against Xenophobia protesting against Immigration Bill outside the Parliament in London.
Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
03/06
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The government has announced the introduction of the Immigration Bill in October 2013.The bill will reform the removals and appeals system in UK.Movement Against Xenophobia protesting outside Parliament while the second reading of the Bill is on.
Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
04/06
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Movement Against Xenophobia together with Movement for Justice and Unite protesting against Immigration Bill outside the Parliament in London.
Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
05/06
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Movement Against Xenophobia together with Movement for Justice and Unite protesting against Immigration Bill outside the Parliament in London.
Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
06/06
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The Immigration Bill was introduced into the House of Commons on 10 October 2013. Subject to its Parliamentary progress, the bill is expected to receive royal assent in spring 2014.
  • Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
  • Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
  • Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
  • Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
  • Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament
  • Campaign against the Immigration Bill outside Houses of Parliament

The government has announced the introduction of the Immigration Bill in October 2013. The bill will reform the removals and appeals system in UK. Movement Against Xenophobia protesting outside Parliament while the second reading of the Bill is on.

The Immigration Bill was introduced into the House of Commons on 10 October 2013. Subject to its Parliamentary progress, the bill is expected to receive royal assent in spring 2014.

The bill will reform the removals and appeals system.It will prevent illegal migrants accessing public services and the labour market.

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