UK's Illegal Immigration Bill

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  • Verdicts

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    The UK position is clearly in violation of international law which protects the vulnerable -- especially asylum seekers.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This is an idealistic value which is used to justify a measure which (in the details of Le Monde article) is likely to NOT support the vulnerable refugees.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    The UK position is clearly in violation of international law which protects the vulnerable -- especially asylum seekers.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 65 %
    Supporting Text:
    The UK position is clearly in violation of international law which protects the vulnerable -- especially asylum seekers.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    If the reporting is accurate then the MP's statement highlights the hypocrisy of the UK's policies vis-a-vis its public sentiments.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda is not protecting the vulnerable.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Keeping captured refugees confined in indefinite limbo or shipping them off to allegedly "safe" third countries is a highly questionable way to support them.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda is not protecting the vulnerable.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    Deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda is not protecting the vulnerable.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda is not protecting the vulnerable.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This is the the UK's most recent example of xenophobia.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    It passes over all the obvious questions about the effects of the measure on the welfare/misery of the detained refugees.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This is the the UK's most recent example of xenophobia.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 45 %
    Supporting Text:
    This is the the UK's most recent example of xenophobia.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    Seems unlikely to be the truth; I want more information. When I lived in the UK in the 1960s the nation seemed more welcoming, less xenophobic.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the UK government is really making a genuine effort to address the needs of refugees.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This seems to be blatantly racist, since almost all of these refugees are people of color.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the UK government is really making a genuine effort to address the needs of refugees.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This seems to be blatantly racist, since almost all of these refugees are people of color.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the UK government is really making a genuine effort to address the needs of refugees.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This seems to be blatantly racist, since almost all of these refugees are people of color.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the UK government is really making a genuine effort to address the needs of refugees.
    Answer Confidence: 55 %
    Supporting Text:
    This seems to be blatantly racist, since almost all of these refugees are people of color.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the UK government is really making a genuine effort to address the needs of refugees.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This seems to be blatantly racist, since almost all of these refugees are people of color.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Classic Orwellian doublespeak. War is Peace. Slavery is Freedom. Expulsion is Salvation.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Moralistic pablum!

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Classic Orwellian doublespeak. War is Peace. Slavery is Freedom. Expulsion is Salvation.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 55 %
    Supporting Text:
    Classic Orwellian doublespeak. War is Peace. Slavery is Freedom. Expulsion is Salvation.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    (with apologies to George) Classic Orwellian doublespeak. War is Peace. Slavery is Freedom. Expulsion is Salvation.

    Answer:
    The motivation is to try to justify the unjustifiable.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The world is used to Britain's colonial excesses regarding subaltern peoples, but here it is again in the 21st century.

    Answer:
    The motivation is to convince you that the lie is factually true.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:

    Answer:
    The motivation is to try to justify the unjustifiable.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The world is used to Britain's colonial excesses regarding subaltern peoples, but here it is again in the 21st century.

    Answer:
    The motivation is to try to justify the unjustifiable. I don't know what is actually going on. All countries have immigration rules. There is a conflict but it may not be against the law.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The world is used to Britain's colonial excesses regarding subaltern peoples, but here it is again in the 21st century.

    Answer:
    The motivation is to cover up the real intentions of the government with well meaning platitudes.
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
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    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The hypocrisy of this statement should be exposed.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The hypocrisy of this statement should be exposed.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The hypocrisy of this statement should be exposed.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    This really is a case where the gov't of England should be explaining themselves.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The hypocrisy of this statement should be exposed.

    Answer:
    This is factually untrue.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Britain has a history of exploiting the vulnerable, not supporting them.

    Answer:
    The least the speaker could do is stress how morally and politically difficult the mass refugee problem is and say that this measure is one of the less bad ones.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Britain has a history of exploiting the vulnerable, not supporting them.

    Answer:
    This is factually untrue.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Britain has a history of exploiting the vulnerable, not supporting them.

    Answer:
    This seems like a clear untrue lie but the gov't should be clarifying why it isn't. And they do not seem to do that.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Britain has a history of exploiting the vulnerable, not supporting them.

    Answer:
    This is factually untrue.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Britain has a history of exploiting the vulnerable, not supporting them.