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Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Rwanda ( 7 May 2024)

Rosena Allin-Khan: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what airline took an asylum seeker to Rwanda on 30 April 2024.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Rwanda ( 7 May 2024)

Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to the Answer of 26 April 2024 to Question 23170 on Asylum: Rwanda, how many field visits within Rwanda by the Monitoring Committee of the Migration and Economic Development Partnership have been scheduled for 2024.

Written Answers — Home Office: Undocumented Migrants ( 7 May 2024)

Michael Tomlinson: ...and corrodes public confidence in the system. An example of the impact of illegal migration is that the asylum system is now costing the British taxpayer over £4 billion a year. Our landmark Rwanda deal was a recognition of these facts, and we will continue to work to deliver it to break the business model of the smuggling gangs and deter those coming to the UK illegally.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Wellingborough ( 7 May 2024)

Gen Kitchen: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether any asylum seekers in Wellingborough constituency have been (a) identified and (b) detained for deportation to Rwanda.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Asylum: Rwanda ( 7 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: ...that the judiciary have identified 150 judges who could provide over 5,000 sitting days to deal with challenges to the removal of asylum seekers from the UK under the provisions of the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Act 2024.

Written Answers — Attorney General: War Crimes: Rwanda ( 7 May 2024)

Lord Mendelsohn: To ask His Majesty's Government when the Attorney General last received a briefing concerning suspected Rwandan war criminals living in England by the Crown Prosecution Service or the police.

Asylum Seekers: Missing from Registered Address - Question ( 2 May 2024)

Baroness Taylor of Stevenage: My Lords, Home Office sources have told the Times that only 400 to 700 detention spaces are reserved for migrants who are due for deportation to Rwanda. Can the Minister confirm that this equates to less than 1% of the current asylum backlog in the UK? The Prime Minister promised to detain everyone who has crossed the channel on a small boat, a record 30,000 last year. Given that we have only...

Backbench Business: Security in the Western Balkans ( 2 May 2024)

Alicia Kearns: ...denied the Srebrenica genocide, despite a 2021 Bosnia-wide law banning genocide denial. As we know, denial is a continuation of genocide. A group of countries including Bosnia, Germany and Rwanda is bringing a resolution to the UN General Assembly formally to recognise 11 July as the international memorial day for the victims of the Srebrenica genocide. The resolution is supported by...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Rwanda ( 2 May 2024)

John Martin McDonnell: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the cost to the aid budget of preparations to transport migrants to Rwanda including costs (a) paid to the Rwandan Government, (b) defending legal challenges (c) passing the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill and (d) for flights and accommodation in the last 12 months.

Scottish Parliament: First Minister’s Question Time: Scottish National Party Leadership ( 2 May 2024)

Humza Yousaf: ...generally voted against improving air quality and that he generally voted against laws to promote equality and human rights. Let us find something that he did vote for: he voted for the Rwanda bill. What a shameful act. What a disgrace. John Swinney, Kate Forbes or any one of my colleagues can stand proudly on their record. Can Douglas Ross stand proudly on his?

Scottish Parliament: First Minister’s Question Time: Detention of Asylum Seekers (Impact on Police Scotland) ( 2 May 2024)

Karen Adam: ...on Police Scotland and devolved agencies of reports that the Home Office has launched a major operation to detain asylum seekers across the United Kingdom, following the passing of the UK Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Act 2024. (S6F-03076)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister’s Question Time: Social Security (Disability Benefits) ( 2 May 2024)

Humza Yousaf: ...in Scotland and established a radically different system that is based on the foundation blocks of fairness, dignity and respect, as I have said. The proposed changes, much like the Rwanda legislation, which we spoke about earlier, are just the latest examples of the Conservatives punching down and punishing marginalised communities to make up for their own failings. That is...

Immigration Update - Statement ( 1 May 2024)

Lord Dodds of Duncairn: ...Minister and your Lordships will be aware of the frequent denunciations of the Government’s policy on immigration by Irish politicians. Indeed, members of the Irish Government have denounced the Rwanda policy in very derogatory terms. Yet, having done so, they now seek to return to the UK those who say they are fleeing the UK because of the Rwanda policy. It is one of the many ironies of...

Immigration Update - Statement ( 1 May 2024)

Lord Dodds of Duncairn: ...Minister and your Lordships will be aware of the frequent denunciations of the Government’s policy on immigration by Irish politicians. Indeed, members of the Irish Government have denounced the Rwanda policy in very derogatory terms. Yet, having done so, they now seek to return to the UK those who say they are fleeing the UK because of the Rwanda policy. It is one of the many ironies of...

Scottish Parliament: Women’s State Pensions (Compensation) ( 1 May 2024)

Christine Grahame: ..., as the moving finishing line of the retirement age has left and will leave many in financial difficulties. The recent announcement that a failed asylum seeker who volunteered to be transported to Rwanda was given £3,000 in cash and had other expenses paid puts that in even more context, showing what a slap in the face that recommended compensation level is to the WASPI women. ...

Immigration Update ( 1 May 2024)

Tom Pursglove: ...was down by 28%—and this is just the start; most of our changes have only just come into force. Meanwhile, we remain committed to stopping the boats. Following Royal Assent for the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Act 2024 and the ratification of our treaty with Rwanda, we can operationalise our plan to relocate illegal migrants to Rwanda. Rwanda is a safe country that has...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 1 May 2024)

Jonathan Gullis: We can see the Rwanda deterrent is working, and we have now deported our first illegal migrant, but, unsurprisingly, Labour just does not care. The shadow Home Secretary is busy posing for pics encouraging more boats to come over. The leader of the Labour party has said he would cancel the Rwanda flights. He took the knee when signing letters stopping us deporting foreign national offenders...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Srebrenica: Genocide ( 1 May 2024)

Alicia Kearns: To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, whether he plans to support the draft UN resolution tabled by Rwanda, Germany and Bosnia and Herzegovina on declaring 11 July as an international day of reflection and remembrance of the Srebrenica genocide.

2. Business Statement and Announcement (30 Apr 2024)

Jane Hutt: ..., we want to have that welcome. But can we just start by expressing our condolences for the recent tragic loss of life in the English Channel? And despite UK Government claims, the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill will do nothing to stop these perilous journeys. It's fundamentally clear that what we need are sufficiently safe and legal routes to protection in the UK, and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: North/South Ministerial Council: Plenary Meeting (30 Apr 2024)

Gerry Carroll: A lot of anti-migrant and anti-asylum seeker rhetoric has been whipped up, particularly in the past few weeks. What discussions, if any, took place at the NSMC about the detested Rwanda scheme or any other anti-asylum seeker scheme of the British Government or the Irish Government? Will the First Minister commit to raising at the next meeting her opposition to that rotten scheme and all the...


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