British Parliament Joint Committee on Human Rights said that the government's plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda is fundamentally incompatible with the UK's human rights safeguards and jeopardizes UK's international reputation.Add your comment!
The UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron plans to visit the Falkland Islands soon in a show of British sovereignty over the archipelago after newly-elected Argentine President Javier Milei pledged to “get them back,.” according to reports in the London Media.3 comments
Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement Monday that King Charles III is undergoing treatment for cancer unrelated to the enlarged prostate for which the 75-year-old monarch underwent surgery on Jan. 29.
BBC is reporting that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's flagship Rwanda bill has faced strong criticism during its first debate in the House of Lords. However the move failed and peers voted, 206 to 84 to move to the next stage.
The House of Lords has called for the new UK-Rwanda treaty to be delayed until Kigali improves its asylum procedures. Peers backed a motion calling the government not to ratify the treaty by 214 votes to 171, but the motion is not binding on the government, according to a report from BBC.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has succeeded in getting his key Rwanda bill through the House of Commons after a Tory rebellion failed to materialize, BBC reports. But the bill must now go to the House of Lords, another stiff battle.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is facing a crucial vote on his Rwanda bill this Wednesday, after two Conservative deputy chairmen and a ministerial aide resigned to rebel over the issue. BBC has reported that on Tuesday Lee Anderson, Brendan Clarke-Smith and Jane Stevenson stepped down to vote for changes they said would toughen up the legislation.
In his Christmas 2023 Message, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak invites the people of the Falkland Islands to look forward with pride and confidence sure of your determination to shape your own future and remain belonging to the British Family.
British PM Rishi Sunak and his 'stop the boats' policy managed a crucial vote when Parliament passed 313 to 269 on Tuesday the Safety of Rwanda bill, which intends to send asylum seekers and migrants to the African country.
Britain is changing some rules on who is allowed to come to the UK to live and work. Ministers have come under pressure to act on legal migration, after official figures showed that net migration in 2022 hit a record 745,000, and UK in undergoing a period of stalled economy, according to IMF prospects..