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Home Secretary Unable To Explain Legal Route To The UK For A Vulnerable Migrant

Nov 24, 2022 View Original Article
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    28% Medium Conservative

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    28% Medium Conservative

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66% : The awkward exchange arose while Conservative MP and former minister Tim Loughton quizzed the Home Secretary over the government's plans to deal with illegal migration and the processing of asylum claims.
59% : Braverment continued: "If you put in your application for asylum upon arrival that would be the process that you enter."
55% : "We have an asylum system and people can put in applications for asylum," the Home Secretary said.
54% : Braverman replied: "Well, if you are able to get to the UK, you're able to put in an application for asylum."
48% : When Loughton questioned how the person in the example could enter the UK legally in order to claim asylum, Braverman deferred to Home Office colleagues also appearing before the committee.
37% : Home Secretary Suella Braverman has struggled to explain how a teenage orphan fleeing persecution could legally arrive in the UK to claim asylum.

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