Category Archives: Immigration

The UK Government is still blocking Rwanda details


On Wednesday Roger Roberts who is a member of the House of Lords asked a question about Rwanda from the Government and the response was appalling. We clearly need the Government to respond to these questions so that people can … Continue reading

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Conservative MPs needs to be straight but also truthful


Yesterday in the House of Commons there was a session called Western Jet Foil and Manston Asylum Processing Centres and it was organised and managed by Suella Braverman. After she did her initial statement Yvette Cooper then raised some comments … Continue reading

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We need to challenge these appalling Ministers


It seems very disturbing for one of the highest profile Government Minister roles to involve someone who is making such a disturbing public comment. I and indeed many people are very unhappy at the suggestion that her predecessor created to … Continue reading

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Disturbing comments about Rwanda from Priti Patel


Yesterday, before she announced that she was resigning as the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Priti Patel was asked a question by Tony Lloyd and Patel responded with a brief comment and then there was a very challenging … Continue reading

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A Lord opposed to Rwanda has rejected the Government


Back in June Lord Harrington of Watford stated “I can assure the noble Lord that there are two very good legal channels for refugees from Ukraine to come to this country. There is therefore no reason at all for them … Continue reading

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Two significant themes emerged from Sussex MPs


It appears that when Parliament closes down for the Summer that some Ministers attempt to set out radical ideas knowing that they cannot be easily challenged for several weeks. Equally the conscientious MPs and Lords use the time to submit … Continue reading

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The Government will send asylum seekers to Rwanda!


At 1.30am this morning the Home Office responded to a petition that some of us have signed calling for the Government to “Stop the government’s ‘one way ticket’ plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda”. Along with the almost 12,000 … Continue reading

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Will our MPs get Government to help Ukraine children


There are many challenges that are currently impacting our nation and we all need our local MPs to be aware of these and for them to raise them within Parliament and get the Government to respond. The challenge is how … Continue reading

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Very disturbing responses from Priti Patel on Rwanda


Last Wednesday there was this session in Parliament under the headline of “Migration and Economic Development Partnership with Rwanda” and during the debate my personal MP Caroline Lucas asked a very good quality question and the responses from Priti Patel … Continue reading

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Several positive petitions that would benefit from us


Yesterday one of my friends made this comment on Facebook and I had already spotted that there is a very constructive petition in the Government Petition block. As it happens so did one of her other friends. The petition is … Continue reading

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