Home secretary’s proposals branded “a stain on 'global Britain'”.
Campaigners are worried Covid will be used by perpetrators to be given lenient sentences – while women who kill after abuse get stiffer punishments.
These people fled to the UK for safety. Coronavirus has left them living in poverty and unable to work.
But Downing Street spokesperson says Boris Johnson would not have made similar comments.
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Cash has also gone to groups working in housing, mental health and support for LGBTQ+ refugees.
Trinity College denies Gregory Serapio-García faced discrimination – but he says it is a regular occurrence for minority ethnic students.
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The article by an award-winning property management firm was condemned as "contemptible" and "stigmatising".