How Britain Lost Control of its Borders represents an academic, legal, discourse by Alistair McConnachie written between August 2008 and June 2009.
In 24 comprehensive and fully-referenced pages, over 10 chapters, Alistair explains why and how it was lost; and what needs to be done to regain control.
Chapter 1: Nations, National Sovereignty and the Rationale for Border Control
Chapter 2: The Effect of UN Human Rights Conventions on the UK Law of Entry
Chapter 3: Other UN Conventions Related to Migration
Chapter 4: The Effect of the ECHR on the UK Law of Entry
Chapter 5: The Effect of the CFR on the UK Law of Entry
Chapter 6: The Effect of EU Common Asylum Policies on the UK Law of Entry
Chapter 7: The Effect of EU Free Movement Provisions on the UK Law of Entry
Chapter 8: The Effect of EU Citizenship on the UK Law of Entry
Chapter 9: EU Citizenship and its Effect on EU Free Movement into the UK
Chapter 10: Delivering Deportation
Addendum 2: Free Movement to Murder
Alistair researched and compiled this information during his time as a mature law student at Strathclyde University.
Published July 2009, 24 pages, A4 booklet, black and white. Price includes postage and packing in UK.
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