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Half of young people would fail the National Citizenship test
You Gov, 21 August 2014
YouGov tested a representative sample of British adults on the revamped citizenship test for aspiring immigrants and found that 1 in 2 young people would fail

Child mental health services 'stuck in the dark ages', says Norman Lamb
The Guardian, 20 August 2014
Care and support minister says options available to young people are 'not fit for purpose' and vows overhaul

UK taxpayer faces £220m bill over e-borders contract termination
The Guardian, 19 August 2014
Tribunal finds flaws in process by which UK Border Agency decided to scrap contract with US-based Raytheon in 2010

LSE launches new award for asylum seekers
LSE, 18 August 2014

LSE is set to offer financial support worth up to £20,000 per year for asylum seekers who have been offered a place to study at the School

Group found in container at Tilbury includes 13 children
The Guardian, 17 August 2014
30 of the 35 suspected illegal immigrants – believed to be Sikhs from Afghanistan – have now left hospital

Home Office review of asylum support rates will leave vulnerable people living in poverty
Refugee Action, 12 August 2014

The Home Office today announced that the cripplingly low level of support paid to people seeking asylum in the UK will remain unchanged

Top judge authorises court to cover legal aid in challenge to government
The Guardian, 6 August 2014

Sir James Munby directs court service to pay for lawyers the Legal Aid Agency refused to provide to ensure justice is done

The Government Should Abandon Its Unlawful Legal Aid Residence Test Plan
The Huffington Post, 4 August 2014
Anita Hurrell outlines how defeated 'residence test' for legal aid went against children's rights and the rule of law



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