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The value of nothing

22 June 2010

If there is any justice, this column will be out of date by the time you read it. "Rubbish!" you will say, tossing the magazine aside, "she can't even get her facts right!"

Normally such a review would make any writer thoughtful at best, and sunk in gloom at worst – but if the news on the Tuesday 22 June is that Refugee and Migrant Justice (RMJ) has been saved from administration and is functioning again then this writer at least will be delighted. RMJ, a charity, has provided legal advice and representation for migrants and asylum seekers since 1992, with over 300 staff in 13 centres, as well as outreach offices in detention centres. In some parts of the country they are the sole providers of immigration advice – and in all parts of the country they are notable for care, efficiency and effectiveness.

Awarded the Justice/Liberty Human Rights Award in 2009, and supported in their recent campaign to stay alive by a host of great and good from Mind and Liberty to the ...

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