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NEWS STORY : Conservative Party Should Break Law on Rwanda Plan Claims Party’s Vice-Chair


Lee Anderson, the Vice-Chair of the Conservative Party, has said that the Government should break the law following the Supreme Court’s announcement that the policy is illegal. James Cleverly, the Home Secretary, confirmed in the House of Commons that Anderson was not speaking for the Conservative Party and that the Government would abide by the rule of law. Anderson has yet to comment or confirm if he had earlier believed that the Government had been intending to break the law by ignoring the court’s judgement.


Supreme Court States Rwanda Plan is Illegal

Supreme Court Statement