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RISHI SUNAK TO AMMEND ASYLUM SYSTEM IN THE UK BY INTRODUCING NO REFUGEE IN UK POLICY

Rishi Sunak Continues To Promote Anti-Asylum Legislation

In an interesting turn of events, the UK Prime Minister is now rooting for new anti-asylum legislation to make it impossible to protect refugees.

 

 

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak seems adamant about introducing a law that bans individuals trying to seek refugee in the UK from famine, conflict, or persecution. Don’t forget that Rishi Sunak’s government put forward the illegal migration bill recently, warning illegal migrants of deportation to a safe country like Rwanda if they enter the UK illegally.

 

 

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak referred to the anti-asylum legislation as a deterrence tool. He believes the bill would discourage people from resorting to illegal means, like taking life-threatening boat rides, to migrate to the UK. Furthermore, it would prevent economic migrants from jumping the queue. According to experts and activists, the immediate effect of the policy will be that the majority of the people wouldn’t be able to claim asylum in the UK.

Julia Tinsley-Kent, policy and strategic communications manager at Migrants’ Rights Network, talked about how people cannot claim asylum while living outside the UK. She further mentioned that the UK has no visa that lets people enter the country and claim asylum. As a result, people are left with no choice but to come to the UK without permission by hiding in small boats.




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