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The Odyssey of the new policy: Reflections on the UK’s Nationality and Borders Bill (Part 1)

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Fotopoulou M, Grant M, Malloch M, Rigby P & Taylor K (2022) The Odyssey of the new policy: Reflections on the UK’s Nationality and Borders Bill (Part 1). University of Stirling Public Policy Blog [Policy blog post] 03.05.2022. https://policyblog.stir.ac.uk/2022/05/03/the-odyssey-of-the-new-policy-reflections-on-the-uks-nationality-and-borders-bill-part-1/

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First paragraph: “Where have you been wandering, and in what countries have you travelled? Tell us of the peoples themselves, and of their cities who were hostile, savage and uncivilised, and who on the other hand, hospitable and humane? —” Homer- Odyssey In July 2021, the UK Government introduced the new Nationality and Borders Bill legislation that will govern immigration and asylum seeking processes for the jurisdiction. The Bill has been debated in Parliament, has been read in the House of Commons and is now in the final stage prior to royal assend.

Type of mediaPolicy blog post
StatusPublished
Publication date31/05/2022
Publication date online31/05/2022
Publisher URLhttps://policyblog.stir.ac.uk/…ers-bill-part-1/

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Dr Maria Fotopoulou
Dr Maria Fotopoulou

Lecturer in Criminology, Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology

Dr Maggie Grant
Dr Maggie Grant

Research Fellow, Social Work

Professor Margaret Malloch
Professor Margaret Malloch

Professor, Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology

Dr Paul Rigby
Dr Paul Rigby

Lecturer, Social Work

Dr Kieran Taylor
Dr Kieran Taylor

Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences