UK. Illegal Migration Bill:
The House of Lords' accuses the Government for ignoring international laws during the upper House defeats. Peers put forward four amendments on the government's Illegal Migration Bill, with votes on more expected next week. Conservative MPs will get the opportunity to overrule the upper chamber when the legislation returns to the House of Commons but the government will have to explain itself.
Rishi Sunak's government suffered a series of setbacks on it's Illegal Migration Bill in the Upper House, amid fierce opposition from the peers.
One of the amendments passed by the ermined legislators included a requirement for the government to abide by a series of international agreements such as the 1950 European Convention on Human Rights, the 1951 UN Refugee Convention and the 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The bill is aimed to prevent people who cross the Channel from claiming asylum, instead looking to deport them to where they originated or to a third country like Rwanda, and will also introduce caps on the number of people entering the