Why Labour must back migrants’ rights without apology

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 30 Number 3 (2022)

Why Labour must back migrants’ rights without apology
Dan Davison pages 73-79


The Conservative Party’s attacks on migrants are as relentless as they are inhumane – Labour must stand up for migrants if it is to stand up for workers.

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Dan Davison (2022) Why Labour must back migrants’ rights without apology, Renewal, 30(3), 73-79

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