Canada Global(Web News) The British Prime Minister narrowly escaped defeat in Parliament on the emergency bill to send asylum seekers to Rwanda.
In the first round of refugee legislation, the government won a landslide victory, with 313 votes in favor and 269 against. The British Supreme Court struck down plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda as illegal. The purpose of the vote after the vote was to get the views of members to take the bill to the next stage. Sir Keir Starmer has made it clear that he will end the Rwanda scheme when he comes to power, saying that People who fail to obtain asylum should be sent back to the country they came from.