The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON and Prince Charles are preparing for talks with Commonwealth leaders on trade, climate change and the future of the association at a crucial summit in Rwanda this week.
The Guardian says DOWNING STREET will tomorrow set out sweeping plans to override the power of Europe’s human rights court just days after a judge in Strasbourg blocked the deportation of asylum seekers from Britain to Rwanda.
Sky News says THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER wants to introduce a Bill of Rights to ignore European Court of Human Rights judgments blocking removal flights to Rwanda.
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The Guardian says Priti Patel has been accused by Labour of participating in a “government by gimmick” in the aftermath of the 11th-hour cancellation on Tuesday of the inaugural flight taking asylum seekers to Rwanda.
The government’s controversial Rwanda deportation plan has received a lot of attention. The plan has been widely condemned by Labour politicians, Human Rights watchdogs, royals, celebrities and even the Church of England – who called it ‘ungodly’.
Prime Minister’s Questions – 15/06 – Rwanda, Northern Ireland Protocol controversies
The PM will face off with Labour’s Keir Starmer today at this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions – with the government’s Rwanda plan likely to be top of the agenda.
The i says Around 260 people crossed the Channel in small boats on Tuesday despite the Government’s claims that the threat of deportation to Rwanda would act as a deterrent.
The Metro says plans to deport the first asylum seekers to Rwanda ended in farce after judges reprieved the last handful as they waited on the runway — on the day 400 more, including woman and children, crossed the Channel to Britain.
The Independent says The UK’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda has inspired fresh waves of racist and bigoted language on social media, public figures have warned.
The Guardian says Controversy surrounding the government policy of flying asylum seekers to Rwanda has gathered in intensity amid the countdown to the first deportation flight.
BBC News says the first flight due to take asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda was cancelled minutes before take-off after legal rulings on Tuesday evening.
The Independent says the foreign secretary has insisted the government’s policy to fly asylum seekers to Rwanda is “completely moral” after the Church of England’s senior bishops condemned the plan.
The Guardian says Liz Truss says Rwanda flights policy is ‘completely moral’ amid backlash and criticism from royals and Church officials.
BBC News says three more people due to be on the first flight taking asylum seekers to Rwanda are planning legal challenges before take-off later on Tuesday.
The Metro says A Government minister has insisted that a first deportation flight taking refugees to Rwanda will go ahead next week, despite last-ditch attempts to stop it.
The Sun says PRINCE Charles and Boris Johnson are likely to meet in Rwanda after the migrants row.
Daily Mirror says A divisive Home Office flight to Rwanda tomorrow now faces taking barely 10 asylum seekers – if it takes off at all, it is understood.
Daily Express says NICK Ferrari slammed Boris Johnson and Priti Patel over their failed attempt to deport illegal migrants as appeals are blocking deportations.
BBC News says The Court of Appeal is set to decide later whether to allow the first Home Office flight to depart to Rwanda with asylum seekers.
Sunday Papers – Charles told stay out of politics, brands Rwanda plan ‘appalling’
The Sun says ILLEGAL migrants due to be flown to Rwanda could be released on tags if activists win a High Court bid today.
The controversial Rwanda plan is set to see the first group of migrants be flown to Rwanda under a new scheme from the British government.
Home Office is offering to fly asylum seekers back to the conflict zones they escaped from if they do not wish to be sent to Rwanda, the Guardian has learned.
The Independent says Ministers have abandoned plans to send the first asylum-seekers to Rwanda this month as promised, prompting accusations that they are blaming legal challenges rather than admit that the idea is “unworkable”.
The Sun says EVIL people smugglers are hurrying more migrants to cross the Channel before Britain’s Rwanda policy kicks in, the French say.
Boris Johnson doubles down on Archbishop of Canterbury attack & says Rwanda policy is ‘morally right’
The Sun says BORIS Johnson last night doubled down on his attack on the Archbishop of Canterbury saying his Rwanda policy was “morally right.”
Sky News says Boris Johnson has hit back at Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby over his criticism of sending illegal migrants to Rwanda.