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The UK has effectively become a dystopic police state, where victims of sexual assult, not perpetrators, are prosecuted and arrested, as part of a deliberate and sustained effort at deporting as many people as possible.


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Woman reports rape to police - and is arrested on immigration charges

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13 days ago

I'm wondering if this is just a newly established practice or it has been coded somewhere in the British law. I think what May is doing reflects once more her contempt towards human rights and women, which I'm sure are the most affected by this practice. 

Emmanuel Gomez Farias Politics
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10 days ago

The victim treated as a criminal and the state as witness to an unfair but above all shameful activity for a country that calls itself "civilized"

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9 days ago

This is why May's contempt for human rights is worrying. When we start seeing them as burdens or unnecessary constraints, we may be crossing a very dangerous line indeed. 

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