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Downing Street 'backs Suella Braverman's threat to leave the European Convention on Human Rights' as ...

The Daily Mail 28 Sep 2023
She also spoke of reform of the ECHR as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak grapples with the small boats crisis and tries to revive a plan for migrant deportations to Rwanda. The Government is preparing for a three-day Supreme Court hearing over the Rwanda plan early next month, which will determine whether the scheme is lawful ... He told Times Radio.

Gaurav Gogoi interview: \u2018Assam CM says not a single penny deposited\u2026 Where are the funds then? What is going on in PM Kisan Sampada Yojana?\u2019

Indian Express 15 Sep 2023
Sarma\u2019s wife Rinki Bhuyan has threatened to file a defamation suit against Gogoi. In an interview, the MP says that it does not matter if Bhuyan\u2019s firm did not receive any money as the approval of the grant itself constitutes a \u201cmoral offence\u201d ... That is Radio Rwanda. We don\u2019t want Radio Rwanda type of journalism in India ... .

Suella Braverman says ‘we will do whatever it takes’ if Strasbourg thwarts Rwanda plan

The Observer 28 Aug 2023
Suella Braverman has said the government will “do whatever it takes” if its plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda is “thwarted in Strasbourg”, and confirmed that the government was considering fitting some migrants with electronic tags ... Speaking to Mishal Husain on Radio 4’s Today programme, Braverman said.

A third of Rishi Sunak's cabinet and a host of Tory MPs want the party ...

The Daily Mail 10 Aug 2023
A third of Rishi Sunak's cabinet could push to quit the European Convention on Human Rights at the next general election if the Rwanda plan is blocked ... Robert Jenrick told Times Radio yesterday ... Robert Jenrick (pictured) told Times Radio yesterday that he, the Prime Minister and the Home Secretaryare committed to the challenge of the Rwanda plan.

Rwanda block could force Britain to leave ECHR, says minister

The Times/The Sunday Times 09 Aug 2023
Robert Jenrick told Times Radio that the government would do “whatever is required” to send to Rwanda migrants who enter the UK illegally, with the aim of tackling the small boats crisis ... Verbal camouflage for Rwanda candidates ... List Rwanda ‘safe’ to fast-track deportation, urges Johnson.

Rwanda Genocide Victims Slam Kabuga Release Ruling

Voa News 08 Aug 2023
A group representing survivors of the Rwandan genocide Tuesday expressed anger and disappointment at a U.N ... Prosecutors accuse Kabuga, once one of Rwanda's richest men, of being the driving force behind Radio-Television Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM), which urged ethnic Hutus to kill Tutsis with machetes ... .

UK may send small boat arrivals to Ascension Island if Rwanda plan fails

Anadolu Agency 07 Aug 2023
The UK may send small boat arrivals to Ascension Island, an isolated volcanic island in South Atlantic Ocean, if its Rwanda plan fails. The Rwanda plan, a relocation plan that ... “We are pretty confident that Rwanda is a legal policy.

Rwanda genocide suspect Kabuga should not face trial, UN judges say

Al Jazeera 07 Aug 2023
... for Rwanda and the Balkan wars ... In September, UN prosecutor Rashid Rashid said in his opening statement that Kabuga did not need to pick up a microphone himself to call for the killing of Tutsis but founded a radio station that “broadcast genocidal propaganda across Rwanda”.

No.10 Forced To Deny 500 Will Be Housed On Migrant Barge By End Of The Week

Huffington Post 07 Aug 2023
... Dines appeared to suggest that was the target during an awkward radio interview ... She is also asked about reports Ascension Island could be used for offshore processing of UK asylum applications if the Rwanda policy fails.— BBC Radio 4 Today (@BBCr4today) August 7, 2023.

Rwanda suspect Kabuga should be considered for release: UN judges

Urdu Point 07 Aug 2023
But they said that "justice can be delivered only by holding trials that are fair and conducted with full respect for the rights of the accused" ... Prosecutors accuse Kabuga, once one of Rwanda's richest men, of being the driving force behind Radio-Television Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM), which urged ethnic Hutus to kill Tutsis with machetes ... ....

Carol Vorderman is accused of 'flagrantly breaching' BBC impartiality rules with anti-Tory rants that 'make ...

The Daily Mail 29 Jul 2023
Last month the 62-year-old former Countdown star - now host of a weekly programme on BBC Radio Wales - accused the government of being 'a lying bunch of greedy, corrupt, destructive, hateful, divisive, gaslighting crooks.' ... government's Rwanda policy to that used by Nazi Germany.

American psychologists: the mere detection of hateful language is not a real solution

The Jerusalem Post 14 Jul 2023
... as it has been throughout history – propaganda in print and on the airwaves was used by Nazi leaders to turn a nation to genocide and hateful extremists in Rwanda spurred a genocide against the minority Tutsi population by dehumanizing and incendiary rhetoric on the radio.

Mel Stride Twice Confuses Albania With Romania As He Defends Government's Rwanda Plan

Huffington Post 11 Jul 2023
Work and pensions secretary Mel Stride was left red-faced after twice confusing Albania with Romania on live radio. The cabinet minister made the embarrassing gaffe as he defended the government’s Rwanda plan on BBC Radio Four’s Today programme ... asylum seekers to Rwanda is lawful.

UN court rules Rwandan genocide suspect mentally unfit to stand trial

Egypt Independent 08 Jun 2023
Trial of 87-year-old Rwanda genocide suspect Félicien Kabuga opens at The Hague ... arming militias in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda ... As president of Radio Television Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM), he had been one of Rwanda’s wealthiest and most influential men among the Hutu elite.

Justice Denied for Rwanda Genocide Victims

Human Rights Watch 08 Jun 2023
Kabuga was first indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) in 1997 ... Kabuga is also accused of aiding and abetting the Interahamwe, a militia attached to Rwanda’s then-ruling party, which hunted down and slaughtered ethnic Tutsi.

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