In a significant development which may not go down well with many immigrants, David Cameron, the UK Prime Minster, has appealed to the people of England to bring to the notice of the concerned department and officials cases of unauthorized immigrants. He also promised to introduce changes to the test involving citizenship to bring questions involving the history of the country to its fold.
Cameron made it clear that he wishes that forced marriage becomes a criminal offence, and that his government supports the wish of the UK Home Secretary Theresa May to modify immigration rules, to do away with misinterpretations related to the right to family life that tend to block deportations related to immigration.
However, his proposal -- that requires families wishing to offer sponsorship to overseas relations to stay in the nation posting a rather heavy financial bond -- has not found favor with many with one concerned person even issuing a warning that the move may provoke several affected communities in the country, apart from alienating several allies, including India.
The plan making forced marriages a crime, at first, will be restricted to coming up with a criminal sentence for those people who violate an order. Reportedly, although many orders of such kinds have been brought forth from the time they were unleashed three years back, the PM seems to have taken note of the worries of the Home Secretary that a new violation of forced marriage could not be easy to put into effect.
A chain of polls carried over the past decade reveal that a large number of people below 30 find it rather difficult to recognize key personalities from the history of Britain.
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