Archive: Immigrant Stories

Imprisoned: Thousands are kept in detention centres without having committed a crime

Immigrant stories: The detention centre guard

Speaking anonymously, a guard in one of Britain's detention centres tells of the brutal reality of life away from prying eyes

Opinion Former Articles

  • BHA: Sign calling religions ‘fairy stories’ is deemed potentially offensive

    An elderly man who has put up a sign in his window stating that ‘Religions are fairy stories for adults’ has received a warning from Lincolnshire Police. John Richards was told that his sign might contravene the Public Order Act 1986, which dictates that it is an offence to display signs that are threatening, abusive or insulting, and could cause distress. If the police received any complaints, Richards would be asked to take it down. The British Humanist Association (BHA) believes that the action of the police in this case was totally unnecessary, and demonstrates the ineffectiveness of the current law.

  • Lord Alf Dubs awarded Humanist of the year 2016

    The British Humanist Association (BHA) is presenting the 2016 Humanist of the Year award to Lord (Alf) Dub

  • Lord Alf Dubs awarded Humanist of the year 2016

    In honour of his lifetime commitment to Humanism and good causes, the British Humanist Association (BHA) is presenting the 2016 Humanist of the Year award to Lord (Alf) Dubs

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