The current British Foreign Secretary and candidate for the Conservative leadership, Liz Truss, plans to deport asylum seekers in the UK to Spain if she becomes prime minister, as revealed this Saturday by “The Times.”
The candidate to relieve Boris Johnson studies the possibility of reproduce to other countries andhe deportation model that it currently has with Rwanda and extend it to countries such as Turkey and Spain to deal with the migration crisis in the English Channel.
According to the British newspaper, Truss told Conservative MP Christopher Chope that he intended to “seek similar deals with other countries, mentioning Turkey and Spain.”
Even so, his campaign team ruled out for the moment the option of signing an agreement with Spain, leaving Turkey as “a realistic possibility”.
Border control is one of the important points of the “tory” campaign andAmong the candidates to replace Prime Minister Boris Johnson after his resignation on July 7, he will remain interim at Number 10 Downing Street until a new leader is proclaimed.
In the English Channel, the constant flow of migrants continues, with more than 130 people who arrived this Friday, which increases the annual figure to more than 14,300 people so far in 2022.