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This title examines in detail the emergence and content of the increasingly comprehensive legal regime in the UK addressing refugees and asylum seekers. Since the early 1990s asylum law has steadily evolved into what is now a clearly demarcated area of law and administration.
This book explores the reasons behind this development and analyses in a contextual way the law and practice of asylum in the UK. It sets out the underlying principles in this developing area of practice to stimulate and inform the undergraduate student studying human rights law.