In order to discourage candidates for the crossing, anyone coming into the country illegally would be jailed and jailed for up to four years.
Like the debate on the right to asylum within the British political class, the atmosphere in the House of Commons on 19 July is stormy. In the eyes of the Home Secretary, Conservative Priti Patel, Scottish National Party MP Stuart McDonald does not mince words. “I’m afraid I find this bill to be appalling, and the Refugee Council was absolutely right to call it an “anti-refugee” bill..»
Priti Patel barely blinks. Such comments hardly have any effect on him. Especially when they concern his flagship program, the highlight of his career since his appointment, two years ago, to the head of the Ministry of the Interior: his bill on nationalities and borders. An hour earlier, he presented the purpose of his legislation to his fellow lawmakers: “Increase Equity (Key) System” escape and escape “Asylum seekers who fail and who are worth 1 billion
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