Hard left charities doing all they can to scupper the Rwanda scheme legal judgement risk having more blood on their hands, says Dan Wootton

Dan Wootton has praised 'superwoman Suella'.
Dan Wootton has praised 'superwoman Suella'.

Superwoman Suella’s dream of securing the borders via the Rwanda scheme is tonight one step closer to fruition…

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Superwoman Suella’s dream of securing the borders via the Rwanda scheme is tonight one step closer to fruition…

It’s taken far too long and leftie lawyers are going to do all they can to delay the process by tying it up in challenges at the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and probably, in the end, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg for many months longer.

But today’s High Court decision that the Rwanda scheme IS legal is a massive boost for the Conservative government’s desire to smash the illegal people smuggling via the Channel causing an invasion of over 40,000 migrants via our southern border this year alone.

The hard left human rights charities doing all they can to scupper the clear legal judgement risk having more blood on their hands.

Remember – because you won’t hear this on the British Bashing Corporation or on Sly News – stopping the boats is the humane thing to do; because it will also stop the deaths we saw last week.

Judge Lord Justice Lewis announced after a five-day hearing…

“It is lawful for the Government to make arrangements for relocating asylum seekers to Rwanda and for their asylum claims to be determined in Rwanda rather than the UK.”

Significantly, the court also ruled that the scheme does not breach the refugee convention or human rights laws.

The Rwanda scheme – first announced by Priti Patel under Prime Minister Boris Johnson in April – needs to be up and running to provide the deterrent.

More people will arrive and tens of thousands more will stream into our country illegally while this decision is caught up in the courts.

As Red Wall Tory MP Jonathan Gullis said…

"I hope lefty lawyers don't play games and delay these flights from taking off. Instead, they should respect not just today's judgment but also the law of the land, which was passed by our sovereign Parliament and democratically elected government."

And we’re going to need to do more deals with other countries for offshore processing to become commonplace.

Only once illegal migrants realise that they will never step foot in the UK if they risk their lives across the Channel will they stop shelling out thousands to the vile human traffickers who disgustingly treat these folk like cattle.

Today the Prime Minister stood by the decision but stressed it’s only part of the plan to tackle what I declared a national emergency over a year ago…

By contrast, Yvette Cooper, the Shadow Home Secretary, branded the Rwanda scheme as a “damaging distraction”, saying it is “unworkable, unethical, extortionately expensive”.

So while the Tories desperately try to secure our borders, a sorry mess of their own making, be assured that under Labour we are facing an open borders policy.

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