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The Rwanda Bill won’t survive contact with reality

24 April 2024

8:42 PM

24 April 2024

8:42 PM

After significant wrangling in parliament, the government has finally passed its Rwanda Bill – while managing to resist any significant new amendments from the Lords.

It is reported that the Bill is likely to gain royal assent this week and that the government has already identified individuals for removal. Given the scheme appeared dead in the water last year, Rishi Sunak may see this as a triumph. He

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