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Suella Braverman is set to fly to Rwanda to boost the controversial UK asylum deal.
The Home Secretary will travel tomorrow to meet with his counterparts to keep the momentum of the government’s stalled deal. I understand.
Her visit comes to Britain in a small boat deported to a Central African country less than a year after former Home Secretary Priti Patel made a surprise trip to Kigali to sign a controversial deal. You will see people.
Since then, government attempts to fly the first people to Rwanda have been stalled by legal problems and human rights concerns. So far, the UK has paid Rwanda its first £140m for the scheme.
Last week, the government attempted to restart its policy by announcing new hardline legislation allowing Britain to deport all asylum seekers who arrived in Britain across the Channel.
The proposed law would mean that anyone who arrived in the UK without going through an official resettlement plan would be considered ‘unacceptable’ for asylum and eligible for detention and deportation. .
They will be sent back to their country of origin or, if that is not safe, to Rwanda under a withdrawal agreement.
The Rwandan deal was stalled in December by legal challenges before a high court ruled the policy was legal. The court subsequently allowed the ruling to be appealed, during which the flight was prevented from taking off.
Ms Braverman has previously said it was her ‘dream’ as Home Secretary to see migrants fly from the UK to Rwanda.
the source told I There were speculations last month that the first group of asylum seekers could be flown to an African country by the end of the year, with the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg likely to rule on the controversial policy by the end of 2023. Or at least before next year’s elections.