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UK plan for Rwanda for asylum seekers condemned as inhuman, expensive and deadly | Immigration and asylum

Boris Johnson plans send unauthorized asylum seekers on a one-way ticket to Rwanda were strongly condemned amid warnings that in the courts could result in further deaths in channel.

After prime minister outlined plans give the initial down-payment of £120 million to a Rwandan government in hope that she will accept “dozens of thousands” of peoplepoliticians and refugee groups denounced move as inhumane, inoperable and a waste of public money.

Rwanda’s proposal was one of a series of measures announced through prime minister and Priti Patel home secretary because they tend to take over with feverish political scandal over Channel crossing. Number of people intersection has already passed 5000 it year, more how double 2021 total at the same point.

Among the calls for in government disclose total expenses of in plans that were not released, it turned out that:

men and women can fly 4500 miles to Rwanda where they will be asked to apply for refugee status. However, children and them parents would not send.

The Royal Navy was given authority to control the English Channel every other day. of hundreds of people arrival in small boats seeking shelter in United Kingdom.

Tobias Ellwood, Chairman of the Conservative Party of defense selection committee, defendant Johnson of opening plans as part of “mass distraction” from becoming first prime minister be found guilty of a criminal charge while in office.

Border Service union official warned that announcement we will result in short-term spike in refugees trying to cross the English Channel with elevated risk of travel in bad conditions that put life on risk.

Urgent poll from YouGov of almost 3000 voters on Thursday found that only 35% of people support measures, with 43% against.

Speech at a press conference in Kent, Johnson said the scheme was necessary to “save countless lives” from human trafficking by breaking the law. business model of people smugglers.

“The deal we made [with Rwanda] unlimited, and Rwanda will be able to resettle dozens of thousands of people in years ahead. And let’s be clearRwanda one of the safest countries in world renowned for This record of welcome and integrate migrants,” he said.

Asked about bad human rights record in Rwanda, where some groups documented torture of detainees, he said: “Rwanda has completely changed. Above last in a few decades it has changed completely from what it was.”

Opt Out with questions about damage of quarantine rulesJohnson said the Royal Navy would take over from Thursday over “operational team” in Channel from the Border Guard to ensure “No boat gets to Britain undetected.”

Measures will be taken to intercept more small boats and the navy will be given “priority” tracking and intercepting them – with £50 million of new funding to pay for Wildcat helicopters, search and rescue aircraft and drones.

Under the plans sent to Rwanda they will offer asylum, with Applications are reviewed within three months. Those who successful can stay for at least five years with training and support package.

As Johnson addressed reporters, new arrivals reached the shore in Dover on what the officials acknowledged busy day for transitions.

During a visit to the capital of Rwanda, Kigali, Patel was shown the pristine housing that will be used for house people flew in from the UK. Guest house has 50 rooms over four floors that can accommodate maximum of 100 people. Two more blocks will built which will provide maximum capacity of 300.

At a press conference with foreign ministers Vincent Biruta, said Patel on Thursday: Our world-leading migration and economic development partnership is global first and change way we are collectively fighting illegal migration through new innovative and world-leading solutions”.

Patel: “All who enters the UK illegally” will be considered for moving to Rwanda – video

However, the United Nations Refugee Agency opposed plans and said they could be challenged under the Refugee Convention.

“[The UN High Commissioner for Refugees] remains strongly opposed to arrangements aimed at the transfer of refugees and asylum-seekers to third countries in absence of sufficient guarantees and standards. Such arrangements merely shift the duties of asylum, international obligations and contrary to the letter and spirit of Refugee Convention,” said UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner. for Protection, Gillian Triggs. “People fleeing war, conflict and persecution deserve compassion and sympathy. They are should not exchangeable like goods and moved abroad for treatment.”

Tory colleague Syed Warsi called the scheme inhumane and cynical. “This proposal of the transfer of asylum seekers to Rwanda is inefficient and costly,” she said. “His also inhuman and dishonoring our proud history as defenders of human rights and the refugee convention.

She said the plan was inconsistent with Britain’s “generous response” to the Ukrainian crisis and described the timing of it’s both cynical and political.

British Red Cross chief executive director Zoe Abrams, said Humanitarian network was “deeply concerned plans send the injured people half round in world to Rwanda.”

“We are not sure that this drastic measure will deter the desperate people from trying to cross the English Channel. People come here for reasons we can all understand like wanting to reunite with loved ones, or because they speak language. Tightening can do little to stop them from risking their lives,” she said.

Lucy Morton, professional officer of Immigration and border ISU union warned that announcement could lead for more losses of a life in channel like people despair to get to the UK before any plans to send them to Rwanda.

She said, “What was announced today is likely to push the immediate numbers up. And that would mean people intersection in far from ideal conditions, putting life on risk.

“We fear that they will simply panic and harm themselves or inadvertently harm us or deliberately harm us stay in UK for prosecution, not to be sent to Rwanda. It might not happen soon for months, and until then you scare everyone.

The president of law society of England and Wales, I. Stephanie Boyes, said there are serious questions over whether plans fulfilled with international law. ” government announces this scheme before parliament approved the necessary powers,” she said. “There are serious questions about plans would like or could do with UK promises under international contract.”

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