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  • UK and Rwanda ‘still committed’ to deal after reports Kigali is cooling
    by Nadeem Badshah and Rajeev Syal on 29th November 2023 at 10:30 pm

    Officials in the east African country are frustrated by delays in migrants arriving and negative attention scheme has engenderedThe UK and Rwanda remain committed to their controversial migrant deportation deal, sources have said, after reports emerged that support in Kigali for the agreement had cooled because of the continual delays.Westminster has already paid the Rwandan government more than £140m but nobody has been sent to the east African country yet. The first flight was scheduled for […]

  • Home Office ‘loses’ 17,000 people whose asylum claims were withdrawn
    by Rajeev Syal Home affairs editor on 29th November 2023 at 7:33 pm

    Tory MP queries claims marked withdrawn as government tries to clear backlog by end of yearRishi Sunak has been accused of losing control of the UK’s borders after the Home Office admitted that it does not know the whereabouts of 17,000 people whose asylum claims have been withdrawn.Amid a stalled Rwanda deportation scheme and rising costs for housing people seeking refuge in hotels, senior civil servants in the department were told by the Conservative MP and deputy party chair Lee Anderson […]

  • What are the Tories’ options for cutting net migration to Britain?
    by Rajeev Syal Home affairs editor on 29th November 2023 at 7:11 pm

    People have entered the UK in record numbers since the points-based system came in and ministers want to reverse thisSince the UK introduced a points-based visa system post-Brexit, ministers have talked tough on immigration while allowing employers to look abroad to plug workforce gaps and encouraging universities to bring in overseas students.Last week Conservative MPs demanded urgent action after it emerged that net migration – the number of people immigrating minus the number emigrating […]

  • EU hatches backup plan to lessen impact of 10% Brexit tariff on EVs
    by Lisa O'Carroll in Brussels on 29th November 2023 at 7:07 pm

    Exclusive: ‘Cushion’ for carmakers facing looming tariff under deal for vehicles traded between EU and UK from start of 2024The European Commission has hatched confidential Plan B proposals to “cushion” the impact of a looming 10% tariff on imports and exports of electric vehicles, the Guardian has learned.The proposal was presented to member states on Monday in response to pressure from carmakers to amend some of the conditions imposed when the UK left the EU in January 2021. Continue […]