Sending asylum seekers to Rwanda is not halting channel crossings, expected to double this year, according to the home affairs select committee. Their report estimates that, by the end
Month: July 2022
https://www.instagram.com/p/CfHQFStliGv/ Laura from Burundi and Anaelle. https://www.instagram.com/p/CfJMO5ZF3tP/ Amir arrived in the UK from Afghanistan last year. https://www.instagram.com/p/CfMIK7JFgLM/ Ahmed thanks all the people who have helped him since he
17 year-old Anastasiia is a talented violinist living on the frontline in south-east Ukraine; she has been waiting for three months to join her host family in Hertfordshire. Her home
All the candidates for the Conservative Party leadership , past and present, have now backed the Rwanda scheme. Rishi Sunak is the latest to express support. According to a spokesperson,
Moved by the plight of Ukrainian and Afghan refugees, church members in Wimborne, Dorset, are fundraising to provide homes for refugees. The project is supported by St Michael’s and All
The Guardian reports that a second flight could take off within weeks, although the high court hearing to consider the Government’s plans will not start until July 19th. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/jul/03/uk-home-office-plans-second-flight-to-deport-asylum-seekers-to-rwanda
Elizabeth Coleman, a member of QARN, the Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network, has drafted a well-argued letter criticising the scheme. People are welcome to adapt the letter, as they wish.