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Rishi Sunak's triumphalism over solutions on Northern Ireland and migrant boats ignores the fact the issues only arose because of Johnson's flawed Brexit deal - which he endorsed.
Legal experts say Brussels has right to take retaliatory action, making cross-border law enforcement harder. / We have noted the reaction of the United Nations, and they are really concerned about what’s going on,” Anton Hofreiter, the chair of the committee, told reporters in London.
Brussels commissioner says bill breaches convention, as legal experts warn of risk to Brexit trade deal.
Some 45,756 people are thought to have made the crossing in 2022. There were no recorded small boat crossings until 2018.
It is wrong to argue that the UK’s inability to return asylum seekers to the EU is driving the increase in the number crossing the Channel. / While there is evidence that Brexit is having an impact on small boat crossings, the migration data does not support Brooks’ analysis. Rather, it suggests that Brexit-related labour shortages with the potential for exploitation, is more significant.
Thom Brooks’ report reveals the Government has created the Channel migration ‘small boats’ crisis through its hard Brexit policies.
Thom Brooks: Government is repeating same old lines about stopping boats, unable to acknowledge failure of Brexit deal.
Rishi Sunak should admit ‘main factor’ behind problem so he can fix it, says Durham University study.
Brexit has had little or no impact on the number of people seeking asylum in the UK or the government’s response.
The migrant crisis has exposed a common fallacy about Brexit, that you can simply "pull up the drawbridge" and wish it away.
Just 1.3 per cent of asylum seekers have been sent back by a Home Office unit set up to assess claims following extra “bureaucracy” following Brexit, figures show.
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A European Court of Human Rights ruling stopped the flight. It is a totally separate institution from the EU.
Ministers must stop trying to find ‘magical solutions’ like the Rwanda deal and fix administrative problems, report finds.
Boris Johnson was accused of “ransacking” Brits’ human rights tonight as he blocks fights against his government being heard in court.
"Happy Magna Carta day! Let's celebrate due process and equality before the law since 1215! Or, as the Tories would have it, meddling lefty lawyers."
A former top Rwanda diplomat forced into exile has attacked government claims that his country is safe to receive refugees from the UK – likening it to “a detention camp”.
‘We are better than this – or at least, we used to be’, says David Davis.
The government’s attack on the Human Rights Act is a betrayal of those Conservatives who helped create it.
Letter from detainees urges MPs not to back nationality and borders bill to be debated in parliament this week.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis says Priti Patel’s plans could foster a situation similar to notorious US detention camp.
The Dublin Regulation meant that anyone who had set foot in another EU country first could be returned to that country, but this law no longer stands. Those who make the crossing know it will be difficult for Britain to return them to France.