Rwanda Asylum Plan

The UK’s Rwanda Scheme, initiated in April 2022, is a controversial policy designed to deter unauthorized migration by rerouting asylum seekers to Rwanda. The plan intends to disrupt the business of human traffickers and discourage dangerous journeys across the English Channel. However, it has faced significant backlash due to concerns about the safety and rights of asylum seekers and Rwanda’s political environment. Legal challenges peaked with the UK Supreme Court’s ruling against the policy as unlawful, prompting revisions under Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Despite modifications and a new treaty, no deportations have occurred, and the plan remains contentious and legally precarious.

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