published in The World Today
A large part of the argument for Brexit revolved around immigration. Now that Britain no longer abides by EU regulations, it must forge its own path on this front. But instead of making their own set of regulations, they are leaving a void unfilled where refugees remain in limbo. Not only is this morally dubious, but there is a serious concern that Britain may fail to abide by its "legal obligations under international law" by failing to build a just system of its own.
146 days ago