Following on previous reports by the Committee on the human rights implications of the Asylum & Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Bill, this report examines the effects of new Government amendments to the Bill (made on June 9th 2004). These new clauses relate to: the provision of accommodation for a failed asylum seeker to be made conditional upon performance of community work the determination of 'local connection' in homelessness legislation in relation to the dispersal of asylum seekers the abolition of backdated welfare benefits to refugees restrictions on the right to marry of persons subject to immigration control the removal of appeal rights on specific grounds The Committee's findings include criticism for the Government's late tabling of amendments during the Bill's passage through Parliament without adequate warning or clear explanation of the human rights implications; and concern that there is a significant risk that some of these amendments breach various articles of the European Convention on Human Rights.
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