Citizenship deprivation is when an individual with British citizenship – whether that is acquired through birth, naturalisation, being a citizen of a
Citizenship deprivation powers can be traced back to section 40 of the British Nationality Act 1981. This have been supplemented by a
CAGE believe that Citizenship Deprivation powers are draconian and racist, as they overwhelmingly targets people who have ancestors or parents that are from
The Nationality and Borders Bill was introduced to Parliament in summer 2021. And amendment to the bill proposes to introduce Section 9,
Remain calm and courteous A police visit does not mean you are suspected of having committed a crime
Contact CAGE to log your experience and to receive advice on how to stop the police doing this again.
You should ask the officers what their visit is regarding and tell them that if they would like to speak with you,
You should record the names, badge numbers and the police stations of the officers.
You are not obliged to talk to the police, answer their questions, or let them into your home.
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