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Laws under attack in the UK from several sides as migrants continue to cross the Channel to England | Photo: Peter Nicholls /  REUTERS
The camp on Lesbos island, Kara Tepe, is to be replaced by a 'closed and controlled' facility | Photo: EPA/Vangelis Papantonis
A Polish soldier sets up a barbed wire fence on the border between Poland and Belarus on September 1, 2021 | Photo: Maciej Luczniewski/NurPhoto/picture-alliance
Danish immigration minister Inger Stojberg believes she will be fully acquitted | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/T. Eisenkrätzer
Migrants rescued from the English Channel, following their departure from northern France, walk up a beach, in Dungeness, Britain, August 4, 2021 | Photo: Peter Nicholls /  REUTERS
A Channel crossing on June 7, 2021 | Source: Screenshot Twitter Préfecture maritime Manche et mer du Nord
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The concept of the serious and individual threat to life should be interpreted broadly by European authorities deciding whether to grant subsidiary protection | Photo: picture alliance/dpa/B. Roessler
The Greek island of Lesbos is where many migrants arrive from Turkey by crossing the Aegean Sea | Photo: A. Messinis/AFP
The White Cliffs of Dover can be seen from the French mainland on a clear day | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/PA/S. Parsons
Many other gay people across Africa have to hide their sexuality | Photo: Reuters/J.Rinaldi
The UK government is investing heavily in fortifying border police | Photo: picture-alliance/empics/G. Fuller
Sanctuary for asylum seekers in the St. Pauli church in Hamburg, Germany, 2013 Photo: picture alliance/A. Heimken