Are churches really that gullible when it comes to assessing belief in asylum seekers?

It seems The Times have been going hard after the Church of England over the weekend. There was first this piece from Matthew Parris, insisting

Why churches can’t “game” the asylum system

Yesterday, the following headline appeared in The Telegraph newspaper: As a pastor who has been involved in a number of asylum cases, I think there

Passing this off as anything other than normal is disingenuous

Let me share with you this deeply frustrating article in The Times regarding Afghan asylum seekers. I want to highlight some of comments and provide

How to support those who will receive asylum seekers

In response to my earlier blog on supporting Afghan asylum seekers, a friend asked me to write up a proposal that could be shared with

The outpouring of grief for Afghanistan in the church is mere noise

I know this sounds like a horribly defeatist post. No doubt some of the recent outpouring of grief for Afghanistan is the genuine response of

Why new Home Office proposals on asylum seekers are no cause for joy

Yesterday, The Times reported that refugees will be offered a path to immediate permanent residence in the UK (paywall). The Home Secretary, Priti Patel, is

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