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The status and welfare of immigrants
Dr Jonathan Burnside, January 2001
Price: £6.00 (free download)
At a time when the issues of race, immigration and asylum seeking have become major political issues and the concepts of British- or English-ness have become increasingly uncertain in the face of multiculturalism and the impact of devolution, this report investigates the place of the foreigner in biblical law and its relevance to contemporary society. It highlights the need to treat all immigrants fairly while affirming the importance of national identity and cohesion.
Keywords: Government & Foreign Affairs
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