#UK Plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda was made possible by Tony Blair, court hears  #UKnews

#UK Plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda was made possible by Tony Blair, court hears  #UKnews

#UK Plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda was made possible by Tony Blair, court hears  #UKnews

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Plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda was made possible by Tony Blair, court hears

  • Policy of sending migrants to Rwanda to search asylum was introduced in April
  • But the primary flight was stopped by decide on the European Court of Human Rights
  • Some 40 barristers representing migrants search ruling the scheme is illegal

Leftie attorneys’ combating to cease the Government sending Channel migrants to Rwanda have been instructed on the High Court yesterday that Tony Blair had made the scheme possible.

The Tory coverage of sending migrants to the central African nation to search asylum there was introduced in April, however the first flight was stopped three months in the past by a decide on the European Court of Human Rights.

Embarrassingly for Labour, which calls the scheme ‘shameful’, Lord Pannick said the Government’s power to send asylum seekers to any country it deems safe was created by Labour prime minister Mr Blair’s Asylum and Immigration Act in 2004. The former PM is pictured above in January

Embarrassingly for Labour, which calls the scheme ‘shameful’, Lord Pannick mentioned the Government’s energy to send asylum seekers to any nation it deems protected was created by Labour prime minister Mr Blair’s Asylum and Immigration Act in 2004. The former PM is pictured above in January

In the meantime, the quantity crossing the Channel continues to develop, with 28,000 this 12 months. In 2018 there have been lower than 300.

Some 40 barristers representing migrants issued with one-way tickets to Rwanda are in London’s High Court in search of a ruling that the scheme is illegal.

Described by Boris Johnson as ‘Leftie lawyers’, they declare the Home Secretary has no authorized energy to send refugees to Africa, claiming Rwanda is a murderous, torturing, authoritarian, one-party state.

The Tory policy of sending migrants to the central African country to seek asylum there was announced in April, but the first flight was stopped three months ago by a judge at the European Court of Human Rights. The grounded flight is pictured above

The Tory coverage of sending migrants to the central African nation to search asylum there was introduced in April, however the first flight was stopped three months in the past by a decide on the European Court of Human Rights. The grounded flight is pictured above

But the Home Secretary’s barrister, Lord Pannick QC, insisted Rwanda was a protected vacation spot, thanks to a £140million settlement with the nation’s chief, Paul Kagame.

Embarrassingly for Labour, which calls the scheme ‘shameful’, Lord Pannick mentioned the Government’s energy to send asylum seekers to any nation it deems protected was created by Labour prime minister Mr Blair’s Asylum and Immigration Act in 2004. 

After it turned legislation, Mr Blair’s authorities started talks with Rwanda’s neighbour Tanzania about processing the asylum claims of Somalians there.

In the meantime, the number crossing the Channel continues to grow, with 28,000 this year. In 2018 there were less than 300. More migrants are pictured above this week in Dover

In the meantime, the quantity crossing the Channel continues to develop, with 28,000 this 12 months. In 2018 there have been lower than 300. More migrants are pictured above this week in Dover

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