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Tories Are "Very Nervous" About Rishi Sunak's Rwanda Deportation Legislation

Dec 07, 2023 View Original Article
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    40% Medium Conservative

  • Reliability

    35% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    40% Medium Conservative

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49% : The New Conservatives and Common Sense Group, as well as the European Research Group which was instrumental in obstructing Theresa May's Brexit deal, has convened a panel of legal experts to provide an analysis of the legislation.
48% : PoliticsHome understands that Sunak's tough language at Thursday's press conference has contributed to growing concern among the Tory party's self-described moderate MPs in the One Nation caucus, who have consistently called for restraint on challenging international law in order to enact the Rwanda plan.
41% : "Obviously Government is hoping and expecting Rwanda will be safe, and that there won't be evidence of bad things happening.
37% : No matter what the slight differences of opinion are."He said he "genuinely does not understand" why Conservative MP Robert Jenrick, who was also regarded as an ally of Sunak, decided to resign as an immigration minister on Wednesday night in protest against the new Rwanda legislation.

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