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Visions of the Exceptional: Legal and Theoretical Issues Raised by Transit Processing Centres and Protection Zones

In: European Journal of Migration and Law
Author: Gregor Noll
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European Journal of Migration and Law 5: 303–341, 2003. © 2003 Koninklijke Brill NV. Printed in the Netherlands. 303 Visions of the Exceptional: Legal and Theoretical Issues Raised by Transit Processing Centres and Protection Zones GREGOR NOLL ¤ 1. Introduction Since February 2003, plans by the UK government to deport asylum seekers arriving in the UK to “Regional Processing Areas” (RPAs) 1 and “Transit Processing Centres” (TPCs) have gradually leaked to the public. Both concepts formed part of a larger reform framework, and must be seen against the backdrop of Prime Minister Tony Blair’s promise to halve the number of

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