Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has vowed to do “whatever it takes” to make his Rwanda plan happen, after the Supreme Court ruled the policy “unlawful” this week.
Sunak said: “We’ve got to get the Rwanda plan up and running. I will do whatever it takes to make that happen.
“People are sick of this merry go round. I want to end it. My patience is wearing thin like everyone else’s. That’s why our emergency legislation would make it crystal clear that Rwanda is safe for these purposes.
“It meets all the concerns that people have raised because of our new arrangement with them, and we want to stop anymore domestic challenges to this program. And I’ve also been clear that we won’t let a foreign court stand in the way of us getting a flight off to Rwanda.”