The former cabinet minister says he will decide tomorrow whether the PM’s Rwanda plans go too far in disregarding international law.
This was in response to Camilla Tominey asking “Do your colleagues need to stop being NIMBY and be more YIMBY?”
The Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary says Labour has “not given any targets” despite Darren Jones saying the party wants to bring net migration down to 200,000.
The former Immigration Minister says he will not vote for the Prime Minister’s measures.
The Prime Minister adds that “it was never the intention of international human rights laws to stop a sovereign Parliament removing illegal migrants to a country that is considered safe in both parliamentary statute and international law.”
“I no longer had the luxury of waiting, it was over”, says Johnson.
The former Home Secretary concluded by saying that if Rishi Sunak has “the political courage to do what is truly necessary” in tackling mass illegal immigration “he will have my total support”. She called for Britain to leave the European Court of Human Rights.
The former Prime Minister says that “we were all collectively underestimating how fast [Covid] had already spread in the UK” at the start of the pandemic.
Our deputy editor talks to Michael Portillo about the proposed purchase of the Daily Telegraph and Spectator by a financial alliance linked to the government of Abu Dhabi.
Victoria Atkins tells Laura Kuenssberg that “we want our doctors and nurses to be able to work in the NHS”, but stresses the impact of strikes on services.
“Rishi’s recent commentary and decisions on green matters, which was taken as denying net zero, no it is not! It’s making net zero achievable for ordinary people…”
The Health Secretary tells Sky News her aim is to move people out of hospital more quickly to free up capacity.
“The levels… are far too high, and I’m determined to bring them down to sustainable levels”, the Prime Minister replies.
The Conservative MP for Bournemouth East adds that he would stay in the Conservatives if Nigel Farage became a member.
Tice adds that “no cash has been offered. What has offered is a chance to change the shape of the debate.”