A vote for a stricter asylum system would be a vote to tighten the criteria for granting asylum, to set greater restrictions on activities asylum seekers are permitted to undertake, and to reduce the support provided to those seeking asylum.
Charlotte Nichols consistently voted against a stricter asylum system
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of their votes on the topic. You can browse the source
data on PublicWhip.org.uk.
On 30 Jun 2020:
Charlotte Nichols voted to retain rights for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, spouses, vulnerable adults and dependant adults to join a family member who is legally present in the United Kingdom.
On 22 Jan 2020:
Charlotte Nichols voted to require ministers to seek to negotiate with the EU to allow unaccompanied children seeking asylum to join their relatives by moving from the UK to the EU or vice-versa, and voted against merely requiring the Government to set out its policy on this subject.
On 8 Jan 2020:
Charlotte Nichols voted to retain a requirement for ministers to seek to negotiate an agreement with the EU to enable unaccompanied child refugees to join their relatives.
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