Very interesting. As the world’s population becomes more mobile, becoming a refugee becomes a choice for many millions of people who previously did not have the option. How we treat those refugees, people who by definition have chosen our country over the country of their roots, says a great deal about us as a society.
Is it not law that the individual has to seek asylum in the first country they make a stop at on their journey?;ie if their aim is for asylum in Britain,yet they cd seek it in Poland or Germany (for example) on the way due to stopovers but don’t,as for some reason Britain seems a desirable place to live.
I cd look it up,but….reasons.
The law varies by country. That didn’t used to be a law in Canada, and I’m not sure it is now either.