New immigration rules in the UK enforce the power of
abusive employers over migrant domestic workers. It is a lack of respect for
human dignity that will tear apart the fabric of our society, not migration,
says Jenny Moss
The British government's new anti-trafficking strategy is high on rhetoric about immigration crime and border control, and lacks any real commitment to protecting victims of trafficking, says Jenny Moss
In proposing to remove the most basic safeguards for migrant domestic workers, Jenny Moss asks whether the UK government has forgotten some of the most basic principles of justice which we as a country claim to espouse
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