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Top UK Conservative Quits Over Gov Deportation Rule Not Being Strong Enough

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UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak faces internal dissent within the Conservative Party over his plan to send migrants to Rwanda, which is crucial to his immigration reduction pledge.

The Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill, intended to address the Supreme Court ruling against deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda, has sparked division within the party.

Sunak risks losing support from moderates if he bows to rebel demands, while the opposition Labour party criticizes the plan as a “gimmick.”

The leadership struggle comes as the UK approaches a general election, with polls indicating a potential significant lead for Labour.

Sunak defends the bill as necessary to deter migrants from unauthorized routes, pointing to the increasing number of asylum seekers crossing the English Channel.

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