With leftie supporting lawyers exploiting asylum laws to prevent deportations of illegal migrants, Priti Patel, the UK Home Secretary, is said to be planning a significant overhaul of asylum laws.
The Home Secretary is currently working on a “fair Borders Bill” which is said to be revealed at the end of the year. This new bill is set to prevent people from drawing out the asylum application process by telling applicants they have to declare all their reasons on why they should be given refugee status. This would prevent applicants from revealing new reasons at the last minute, which would delay any removal process.
It’s said that 19 out of the 23 deportees issued last-minute reasons on why their rights had been breached and 3 at the last minute said, they had been trafficked to Britain.
“It was the first time there was a 100 per cent legal attrition rate on the flight due to unprecedented and organised casework barriers sprung on the Government by law firms. We have lots more planned over the coming weeks and months. It is not going to deter us,” said a source.
Duncan Lewis, one of the law firms, said: “The trafficking convention which the UK signed up to says that if there is a reasonable prospect or potential grounds for someone to be a victim of trafficking the UK has to investigate it before they go any further. They are bypassing that obligation to look at trafficking claims.”
Mr Hossain agreed that trafficking claims might not be a valid excuse if the migrant had only come from mainland Europe. Toufique said: “The vast majority of trafficking claims are Sudanese, Eritreans and Ethiopians coming through Europe via Libya and [are] victims of modern slavery and trafficking in Libya.”
The director of immigration at Duncan Lewis said, many of the cases where very “last minute” claiming that had been held without any legal access to lawyer’s meaning “they have only been able to get through to us through NGOs or by word of mouth in the last couple of days.”
Mr Hossain said that claimants claiming to remain in the UK under rights to family life had also been defined the “time” or “opportunity” to have their cases adequately investigated by the Home Office making any removal potentially unlawful.
Quotes are taken from the (Telegraph)
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