These 4 principles are also supported by large numbers of leading lawyers and economists, as well as by 27 international humanitarian organisations, refugee assistance organisations, and human rights advocacy groups
(1) The UK should take a fair and proportionate share of refugees, both those already within Europe and those still outside it.
(2) Safe and legal routes to the UK, as well as to the rest of Europe, need to be established.
(3) Safe and legal routes within Europe, including the UK, should be established.
(4) There should be access to fair and thorough procedures to determine eligibility for international protection wherever it is sought.