Britain wanted to send asylum seekers to Rwanda but was stopped at the last minute after criticism.
Home Secretary Priti Patel is disappointed with the European Court of Justice’s decision.
Rwanda is a safe and sound country with a proven track record when it comes to supporting refugees, she says.
Last night the news came european court of justice At the last second, British flights carrying asylum seekers were stopped Rwanda. Home Secretary Priti Patel was disappointed with the decision.
During Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s hearing on Wednesday in the House of Representatives, Patel once again expressed his displeasure. According to her, the decision to stop the plane was taken by a “vacant judge”, according to Sky News.
She does not understand the criticism of the state’s plan to transfer asylum seekers to another country.
“Rwanda is a safe and sound country with a proven track record when it comes to supporting refugees and asylum seekers and we are proud that we are working together,” she says.
“it is not fair”
She also confirmed that preparations for the next trip to Rwanda had begun.
We are a generous and hospitable country that has proven itself time and time again. More than 20,000 people have used safe and legal ways to get there United kingdom Since 2015, she says.
Patel also targets “illegal refugees” in the UK.
It’s not fair to someone who plays by the rulebook, she said.
Our ability to help those who need it is being jeopardized by those who come here illegally.
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