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Tony Kushner

controls were then introduced by the Australian government – boatloads of ‘illegal people’ would subsequently be intercepted at sea and returned to the port of departure. Such actions, as Caroline Moorehead notes, had their precedent in British Palestinian policies of the late Mandate period. She adds that between 229 Conclusions September and November 2001, ‘thirteen Indonesian boats filled with asylumseekers tried and failed to reach Australia. Four were intercepted and sent back. One sank.’ The remaining eight were unseaworthy and their ‘human cargo transported to

in The battle of Britishness