Anyone arriving in Britain illegally will not be allowed to staysaid Rishi Sunak, the prime minister, in an interview published this Sunday, ahead of new legislation expected to be put in place next week. Under pressure from their own legislators since consider it necessary to find a solution to the large flow of immigrants who arrive in Great Britain daily through the channel from EuropeSunak has made the small vessel stop code one of his top five priorities.
“Make no mistake, if you come here illegally, you won’t be able to stay.” Sunak told the Mail on Sunday newspaper.
Under current practice, asylum seekers who arrive in Britain are often allowed to remain in the country to have their case heard. A new law will be published on Tuesday to address the problem.the newspaper reported, after more than 45,000 people made the dangerous crossing last year. In any case, asylum applications to the United Kingdom are below the European Union average, according to official data.
Last year, former Prime Minister Boris Johnson struck a deal to send tens of thousands of migrants to Rwanda more than 4,000 miles (6,400 km)., many of whom had made the journey from Afghanistan, Syria or other countries at war. This agreement generated an important legal battle since the first deportation flight was blocked by a last minute court order made by the European Court of Human Rights which was declared legal by the London High Court, however opponents are still seeking to appeal that verdict.
When asked on Sky News if Those arriving in Britain illegally would be barred from applying for asylum, government minister Chris Heaton-Harris said: “I think so.”.
“If people come to this country illegally, they will be sent back or sent to somewhere like Rwanda.”
The Mail on Sunday reported that under the new law, asylum applications from those arriving by small boat will be deemed inadmissible and will be permanently barred from returning. “Our laws will be simple in intent and practice: the only route to the UK will be a safe and legal route,” Home Secretary Suella Braverman told the Sun newspaper on Sunday. Heaton-Harris said that she believed that sSafer and more legal routes would be made available as part of the plan.
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