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  1. Voters in Priti Patel’s constituency back lift the ban as research shows change could save public purse £181 million

    Voters in Priti Patel’s constituency of Witham, in Essex, overwhelmingly support giving people seeking asylum the right to work. MRP polling of more than 8,000...

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  2. The Co-op Foundation mobilises help for Afghan refugees with £250,000 grant

    Refugee Action is thrilled to announce the award of a £250,000 donation from the Co-Op Foundation to support Afghan refugees, and refugees from elsewhere, who...

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  3. Afghanistan crisis: refugees must be protected, not punished

    Mariam Kemple Hardy, Refugee Action’s Head of Campaigns, writes about the crisis in Afghanistan and the urgent need for a system based on protection, not...

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  4. Crisis in Afghanistan – the anti-refugee bill must be thrown out

    It is difficult to imagine how many people’s lives are now at risk as a result of the Taliban swiftly regaining control of Afghanistan. There...

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  5. Interview: Guest editor Mercy meets Tim, Refugee Action’s Chief Executive

    As Guest Editor of Refugee Action’s Summer Newsletter Mercy had the opportunity to speak to Tim, Refugee Action’s new Chief Executive. He first joined the...

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