Home Secretary: Migrants will be sent to Rwanda as soon as possible

Home secretary: migrants will be sent to rwanda as soon as possible

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Home Secretary: Migrants will be sent to Rwanda as soon as possible” – below is their description.

Home Secretary: Migrants will be sent to Rwanda as soon as possible | The Home Secretary is “committed” to sending migrants to Rwanda as soon as possible after judges ruled the multimillion-pound deal to curb Channel crossings was lawful. Suella Braverman says the Government´s policy is `compassionate´ and `rational´ but politicians and charities say it will not stop Channel crossings.

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