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#222374
Rwanda latest 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
The incredible stupidity of our current Government continues; if tonight's flight goes with "7 or 8" vulnerable people on it, it will cost £500,000 to us tax payers, will get almost total condemnation from the entire world and make out horrendous PM and Foreign Truss look even more stupid than they do trying to break the Brexit contract.

It's not just shame I feel, and disgust about the blatant racism and hatred and inhumanity, but the fact that millions of UK citizens support this kind of behaviour.
 
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#222377
hedda

Re:Rwanda latest 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Who knows what wonderful people are being sent ?

I'm reminded of my superb doctors I go too..2 Chinese (refugees) and an utterly brilliant blood specialist (Vietnamese).

All refugees who turned out to be brilliant minds and specialists.

## Reminiscent of how Jewish refugees were treated in the UK by malicious entities during WW2 when they were fleeing the Nazis..
not mentioning any names but The Daily Mail comes to mind.
 
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#222412
Wyot

Re:Rwanda latest 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
Flights now grounded we get the inevitable bleating about sovereignty. It misses the point. The point is that we are acting in a savage, small minded way at a huge cost to play gesture politics; our Courts sovereign or not. Thank goodness we are still controlled by The European Court of Human Rights. Uncivilised, feral countries such as our own clearly need to be.

Let's aim for sovereignty once we have grown up.
 
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#222415
Jo

Re:Rwanda latest 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
It looks as if the government is doing what its supporters want. Almost a fifth of Labour supporters apparently in favour too. And they claimed Brexit wasn't about xenophobia.

U.K. cancels flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda after court challenges

Britons are divided on the issue. A YouGov poll this week found that 44 percent support the policy, while 40 percent oppose it. The survey also found a striking difference reflecting political affiliation, with 74 percent of Conservatives supporting the policy and only 19 percent of Labour voters supporting it.
 
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#222418
Re:Rwanda latest 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
And the vast majority seem unable to understand - this is NOTHING TO DO with whether or not immigration is a good or bad thing economically or practically; it is to do with how a society treats human beings.
 
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