Will the UK’s Nationality and Borders Bill break international law? – BBC Newsnight

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The UK government says its Nationality and Borders Bill will deter illegal migration and clandestine entry to the UK, but critics say it will also break an international treaty on human rights.

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    1. What a dreadful government and ruling party we have. To allow nationality be withdrawn without warning is the sort of thing the Nazis did. To be made stateless without even having the information to defend oneself is a far reaching punishment is, is inhuman and not worthy of any civilised nation. The Home Secretary should be the first to have out Brotiosh nationality withdrawn. She does not deserve the freedom to humiliate us in this way. Shame.

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