Tag Archives: Rwanda

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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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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A good view by Prince Charles to stop using Rwanda


There are far too many damaging decisions that have emerged from the current Government which many of us would like to bring to an end. Writing tweets or other social media settings or blogs or signing petitions are of course … Continue reading

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Conservative changes are now required


Parliament will open up tomorrow after a short break due to the elections that took place last Thursday that have led to calls from Conservative Councillors to their MPs and the Government. One call is related to the many challenges … Continue reading

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Will any sensitive Tories reflect these issues?


The anger that is strongly expressed in Northern Ireland as well as in Scotland for their very clear opposition to Brexit and the rejection of their views by the Westminster Conservative Party is one of the potential reasons why Sinn … Continue reading

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Government ignores the Archbishop of Canterbury


The Government has actually ignored questions from a number of people in the House of Lords last Thursday. One of them was Lord Roberts of Llandudno and I wrote about the way Roger Roberts was rejected two days ago which … Continue reading

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A very vital Parliament question regarding Rwanda


These questions which were submitted at the end of last week about Rwanda were tragically closed down by the Government. At the end of last week the written questions that were provided by Lord Roberts of Llandudno were answered by … Continue reading

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Some terrible cases that took place last week


Last week in Parliament a number of debates and decisions took place and it was interesting to see how some of our local MPs and indeed others responded to them. The completion of the Nationality and Borders Bill was very … Continue reading

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John Hayes had a disturbing response to Rwanda project


On Tuesday A debate took place in the House of Commons under the theme of Nationality and Borders Bill and it was very disappointing. It can be seen here for all of the words. The piece began with this comment … Continue reading

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