The UK government has revised its policy in this regard, and the legislators have sought the scrutiny of the process. The objective of the plan is to classify the cases of the political asylum on the basis of their eligibility. The authorities intend to implement a plan, according to which the seekers arte to be distinguished on the basis of deserving and undeserving criteria. The local population have expressed their concern over the heavy influx of political asylums, and the recent series of terrorist attacks and threats in the country has compel the authorities to revise their policies, and to thoroughly investigate the application of the asylum seekers. The government has been involved in the detention of those, whose applications have been approved, and plan to re-interrogate their application. The political asylum are considered to be 'problematic and homogenous' group, and the government understands that it require early resolution so to avoid any chaos. The detention of the political asylum is therefore any bold strategy to counter for social disorder. Media has played a crucial role in this regard, the repeated discussion of political asylums, in their reports, and the expenses that government has to incur towards their health, stay and welfare, has therefore put a pressure on the government to review its policies in this regard. (Bauman, 1998)
DETENTION: COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW
According to reports the security concerns have compel the UK government to take strong action against the asylum seekers, therefore have been incidents in the past where the asylum seekers are found guilty of criminal accusations. 'Asylum seekers are regularly associated with 'illegality, racketeering and disregard for sovereign borders'. The media in its report has continuously warned the government that if it does not change it policies towards the asylum seekers, the country will then be loaded with 'exploitative, scrounging and bogus nature of new arrivals'. The media has discussed that two reasons for which compel the asylum seekers to seek refugee is either for the sake of change of their identity, or benefit shopping. According to reports, the influx of immigrants on this pretext has supported criminal activities. Media has termed asylum seekers as threat to moral, social, political and legal framework of the country, and has termed them criminals or deviants (Poynting, 2002).
According to reports, the police authorities have unearthed a network formed by asylums, which was reportedly involved in corrupt scandals, ransoms, drug and human trafficking, terrorism. The 2001 Report of European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance has regarded political asylum seekers entrance to UK as a matter of concern, and has termed their entrance a danger towards stability and peace in the region. (Kundnani, 2001)
Although the UK government acknowledged the practice of asylum in conformity with the human rights and humanitarian declarations, unfortunately many of such applicants have been suspected of criminal violation, and therefore their detention is a common practice. UK government is firm towards its cause to protect and safeguard social, moral and economic well-being of the United Kingdom, and is committed towards deterrence. According to David