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New Immigration plan – one-way ticket to Rwanda

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New Immigration plan – one-way ticket to Rwanda

Boris Johnson unveiled a new immigration policy to tackle the small boats crisis. The prime minister announced a deal signed with the Rwandan government that is expected to see some people arriving in Britain from across the Channel flown 4,000 miles away to have their asylum claims processed.

Some asylm seekers who arrive on small boats sent to the country as part of a £120m trial.

PM said change is needed to disrupt people smuggling and help prevent people from dying in the dangerous channel crossing.

Home Secretary Priti Patel is in Rwanda where she has finalised the deal.

Government sources insist today’s announcement was scheduled weeks ago and not been brought forward to distract from Partygate.

Regardless, the highly controversial policy is already attracting fierce criticism from Labour and refugee organisations.  Some say it is cruel.

What are your thoughts on this policy?  Is it the right way to deal with the problem?


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