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The new prime minister put plans to deport immigrants on hold

The new prime minister put plans to deport immigrants on hold

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Keir Starmer, this Saturday, 6, during his first press conference, the deportation plan to Rwanda, Africa, migrants entering the country and seeking asylum will not be processed. The idea for the project came from conservative politicians who were defeated in the last election.

“The Rwanda project was dead and buried before it started,” said the British prime minister.

The statement was one of the first major announcements in Starmer’s office, although the move was already expected to be overturned. During the campaign, he, who Labor PartyHe had already said that he would drop the project.

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Keir Starmer, leader of the UK Labor Party – and Britain’s youngest Prime Minister | Photo: Reproduction/X/Twitter

Starmer made the announcement after holding his first Cabinet meeting as the new Prime Minister. The event took place a day after the Labor Party won the parliamentary elections. This resulted in the end of 14 years of Conservative government in the United Kingdom.

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The Rwanda project was one of the signature policies of the former Conservative prime minister Rishi Sunak Migrants should try to avoid dangerous canal crossings. However, the move faced challenges related to human rights issues in getting off the ground.

Despite the government spending hundreds of millions of dollars on a deal with the East African nation, the program has not succeeded in deporting a single person.

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