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UK still backs Rwanda deportations despite legal challenge

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By JILL LAWLESS

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Illegal immigrants are by definition criminals and should be immediately deported as such without appeal.

Withdrawing from the ECHR would have been the most sensible thing she could have done.

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If I’m an asylum seeker I would go anywhere that is safe. Especially if another country is paying for it.

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Britain’s immigration minister said Tuesday that people who arrive by unauthorized means should not be allowed to claim asylum in the U.K. and she vowed to press on with a contentious plan to send some asylum-seekers on a one-way trip to Rwanda.

What a breath of fresh air sanity is when it circulates in these twilight-zone times.

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A lot of the UK's immigration rules stemmed from Indian's abusing the freedom of travel with the EU, to come illegally into the UK.

Now even, a born and bred UK National, can't bring his own Wife of "decades" back to the UK without paying extortionate fees, and proving he has an income to support the Family!

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This is a beauty:

“Suella Braverman is what happens if you feed Priti Patel after midnight”

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