The Nationality and Borders Bill proposes to make provision about nationality, asylum and immigration; to make provision about victims of slavery or human trafficking; to provide a power for Tribunals to charge participants where their behaviour has wasted the Tribunal’s resources; and for connected purposes.
This Bill was introduced to the House of Commons on 6 July 2021.
- Read more about the Bill on the UK Parliament website
- We issued a briefing ahead of the second reading in July 2021
- Our Director of Law Reform, Michael Clancy, gave evidence to the Public Bill Committee in August 2021
- We issued a briefing ahead of the Second Reading at the House of Lords in January 2022
- We also issued a list of amendments with effects and reasons to be introduced at the Committee Stage at the House of Lords in January 2022