JRS UK excoriate Government’s latest announcement doubling down on plans to make asylum impossible

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JRS UK excoriate Government’s latest announcement doubling down on plans to make asylum impossible

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JRS UK excoriate Government’s latest announcement doubling down on plans to make asylum impossible

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JRS UK excoriate Government’s latest announcement doubling down on plans to make asylum impossible

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JRS UK excoriate Government’s latest announcement doubling down on plans to make asylum impossible

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JRS UK excoriate Government’s latest announcement doubling down on plans to make asylum impossible

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Shop JRS Refugee Gifts

JRS Refugee Gifts offer alternative charity gifts to delight your loved ones and support refugees at the same time.

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Shop JRS Refugee Gifts

Shop JRS Refugee Gifts

JRS Refugee Gifts offer alternative charity gifts to delight your loved ones and support refugees at the same time.

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JRS UK responds to High Court’s Judgement on Rwanda

On the 19th of December, the High Court laid down their judgement of the government’s plans to forcibly transfer people seeking asylum to Rwanda. The High Court judged the plans – as laid out – to be legal.

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JRS UK responds to High Court’s Judgement on Rwanda

JRS UK responds to High Court’s Judgement on Rwanda

On the 19th of December, the High Court laid down their judgement of the government’s plans to forcibly transfer people seeking asylum to Rwanda. The High Court judged the plans – as laid out – to be legal.

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JRS UK responds to High Court’s Judgement on Rwanda

On the 19th of December, the High Court laid down their judgement of the government’s plans to forcibly transfer people seeking asylum to Rwanda. The High Court judged the plans – as laid out – to be legal.

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JRS UK responds to High Court’s Judgement on Rwanda

JRS UK responds to High Court’s Judgement on Rwanda

On the 19th of December, the High Court laid down their judgement of the government’s plans to forcibly transfer people seeking asylum to Rwanda. The High Court judged the plans – as laid out – to be legal.

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A catchup with the Community Kitchen

For the last two Wednesdays, the smells and sounds of a meal being prepared – and friendships forming – have filled the JRS building and wafted up to where I sit on the first floor. Alongside the fragrant smells of spices frying and the clang of pots and pans being moved round comes vibrant music and ringing laughter as new friends and old meet and spend time with one another. These are the smells and sounds of our new Community Kitchen.

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A catchup with the Community Kitchen

A catchup with the Community Kitchen

For the last two Wednesdays, the smells and sounds of a meal being prepared – and friendships forming – have filled the JRS building and wafted up to where I sit on the first floor. Alongside the fragrant smells of spices frying and the clang of pots and pans being moved round comes vibrant music and ringing laughter as new friends and old meet and spend time with one another. These are the smells and sounds of our new Community Kitchen.

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