Rwanda

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The UK government must reveal more passages of internal documents assessing the human rights situation in Rwanda which were drawn up before ministers adopted a controversial asylum policy, a court has ruled. Lawyers acting for foreign secretary Liz Truss had asked the High Court to grant public inte

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The UK government has said it will not attempt to deport any more asylum seekers to Rwanda pending the outcome of a court challenge later this year. A judicial review against the policy has been brought by the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS), which represents 80 per cent of Border Force s

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JUSTICE has welcomed a decision of the European Court of Human Rights that stayed the removal of an asylum seeker to Rwanda as part of deal between the UK and Rwandan governments. The human rights organisation said the policy of transferring asylum seekers to Rwanda risks denying individuals effecti

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The Supreme Court has refused permission to appeal in a challenge to the Rwanda asylum plan. The appellant originally applied to the High Court for permission to bring an application for judicial review of Home Secretary Priti Patel's decision that certain people who have made claims for asylum in t

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A Scottish judge will preside in the trial of Félicien Kabuga over his alleged involvement in the Rwandan genocide. Lord Bonomy, the UK's judge on the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, was assigned by Judge Carmel Agius and will sit with Judge Graciela Su

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