Robert Jenrick, who resigned this week from his role as Britain’s immigration minister, has predicted that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s proposed legislation to save the scheme to send illegal boat migrants to Rwanda is doomed to failure and warned that the political establishment will face “red-hot furry” from voters if they fail to reduce immigration.
The illegal boat migrant crisis in the English Channel, spurred in large part by the European Union’s open borders agenda, has pushed the United Kingdom “beyond breaking point”, former Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick has admitted.
The former government minister, who resigned this week in protest over the weakness of Rishi Sunak’s latest half-hearted attempt to get migrant flights off the ground to offshore asylum centres in Rwanda, echoed ex-Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s criticism of the proposed legislation in an article for The Telegraph.
Jenrick warned that the legislation would still allow migrants to appeal to courts based on their individual circumstances as to why they should not be removed to Rwanda and therefore would only further incentivise “small boat-chasing law firms” in stymying…
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