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Pioneer set to open doors for female refereesRwanda's Salima Mukansanga hopes being selected for the men's World Cup will help other female officials.
Security breach and Rwanda policy - the controversy over new Home Secretary Suella BravermanSuella Braverman has been made home secretary - again - in a somewhat controversial decision by Rishi Sunak.
Vogue UK chief rejects Rwanda scheme and calls for 'more inclusive policy' on migrantsVogue UK editor-in-chief Edward Enninful - a former refugee - is calling for a "more helpful and inclusive policy" to replace the government's plan to send migrants to Rwanda.
Home secretary vows to stop Channel migrant crossings - and will 'make Rwanda scheme work'The new home secretary has vowed to stop small boats crossing the Channel and to find a way to "make the Rwanda scheme work".
'An authoritarian state that murders opponents': Legal challenge begins against Rwanda policyRwanda is an "authoritarian state" where those considered opponents are tortured and murdered, lawyers opposing the government's deportation deal with the east African country have said.
Priti Patel insists Rwanda 'safe' for deportations despite warnings of killings and torturePriti Patel has insisted that Rwanda is a "safe" country, despite warnings from Foreign Office officials of torture and killings.
Ministers can keep some documents on Rwanda policy secret, High Court rulesThe government has been allowed to keep part of internal documents about Rwanda secret as part of a High Court challenge against plans to deport asylum seekers there.
More than 13,000 people have crossed Channel since Rwanda scheme announcedMore than 13,000 people have crossed the Channel since the Rwanda deportation scheme was announced, new figures show.
Truss would 'support and extend' controversial Rwanda deportation policy to 'more countries'Liz Truss has said she would "support and extend" the government's controversial Rwanda deportation policy "to more countries".
Rwanda policy could deter migrants going to the UK, people smugglers admitBritain's controversial Rwanda policy could work, according to several Iraqi people smugglers who spoke exclusively to Sky News.
'No clear evidence' plan to send migrants to Rwanda will work, MPs sayThe government's plan to send migrants to Rwanda "appears to have gone unnoticed" by those attempting to cross the English Channel and there is "no clear evidence" it will work, MPs have said.
Irish PM calls UK's Rwanda scheme 'shocking' and 'wrong'Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin has described Boris Johnson's Rwanda deportation policy as "shocking" and has partly blamed it for Ireland running out of state accommodation for Ukrainian refugees.
Decision on Rwanda deportation legal challenge delayed until SeptemberA decision on a legal challenge to the government's controversial Rwanda deportation policy has been delayed until September - with the Home Office refusing to say if it will still attempt removals..
UN chief Guterres appoints Lt Gen Subramanian as Force Commander of UN Mission in South SudanLieutenant General Mohan Subramanian of the Indian Army has been appointed by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as his new Force Commander of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS)...
Prince Charles expresses 'personal sorrow' at 'slavery's enduring impact'The Prince of Wales has expressed his "personal sorrow" about "slavery's enduring impact" and addressed the contentious issue of other Commonwealth countries cutting ties with the Royal Family in a..
Prince Charles expected to address Commonwealth countries looking to cut ties with Royal FamilyThe Prince of Wales is expected to address the contentious issue of other Commonwealth countries cutting ties with the Royal Family in a speech at the opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government..
India's External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar calls Rwanda an 'important' friendThe External Affairs Minister also emphasised the significance of cooperatively tackling post-COVID recovery, climate change and global conflicts.
External affairs minister S Jaishankar interacts with Indian community in RwandaS Jaishankar is in Rwanda to attend the 26th commonwealth heads of government meeting (CHOGM) from June 22-25. He will represent the Prime Minister of India at the Commonwealth Summit on June 24-25, as..
PM says critics of Rwanda deportation plan have 'condescending attitudes' towards African nationBoris Johnson has accused detractors of his Rwanda deportation policy of having "condescending attitudes" towards the African nation, as the prime minister said he hopes to use his visit to Kigali to..
'We shall remember': Prince Charles comes face-to-face with horrors of Rwandan genocideThe Prince of Wales came face-to-face with the horrors of the Rwandan genocide as he urged the world never to repeat the acts of the atrocity.
Boris Johnson to meet Prince Charles in Rwanda after reported criticism of 'appalling' asylum policyBoris Johnson will hold talks with Prince Charles in Rwanda after the heir to the throne reportedly criticised the government's policy of sending asylum seekers there as "appalling".
Raab plans law to ignore European rulings blocking Rwanda deportationsThe deputy prime minister wants to introduce a Bill of Rights to ignore European Court of Human Rights judgments blocking removal flights to Rwanda.
Australian offshore processing designed 'to dehumanise', says artist who spent eight years in detentionAn artist who spent eight years in immigration detention in Australia says the country's offshore asylum system is designed to "dehumanise" people - as the UK's scheme to send Channel arrivals to..
Grounding of the first deportation flight to Rwanda was 'absolutely scandalous,' Patel saysThe grounding of the first flight of asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda was an "absolutely scandalous" move, Priti Patel has said.
Justice secretary says Rwanda ruling 'not right' and new bill will 'correct' ECHR's powersJustice secretary Dominic Raab has said it was "not right" that European judges scuppered the first migrant flight to Rwanda - and sketched out plans to try to limit their oversight in the UK.
Asylum seeker claims he was hit, kicked and pushed before Rwanda deportation flightAn asylum seeker who was due on the UK's first deportation flight to Rwanda has claimed he was hit, kicked and pushed by security officers while he was held in detention.
Rwanda deportations: Govt not ruling out leaving Europe's human rights framework after halted flightThe government has not ruled out leaving Europe's human rights framework after last-ditch legal rulings blocked the first scheduled deportation flight on Tuesday evening.
Rwanda policy has not been ruled unlawful, says Priti Patel after court halts flightPriti Patel has said the government's Rwanda migrant policy has not been ruled unlawful after a last-minute intervention by a European court blocked the first deportation flight.
What is the European Court of Human Rights and why does it trump British justice?The European Court of Human Rights is back in focus again after its last-minute ruling prevented the departure of a plane carrying asylum seekers to Rwanda.
At least 444 people cross Channel on Tuesday, highest daily figure for two monthsAt least 444 people crossed the Channel on Tuesday, the highest daily figure since the government announced it planned to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Ministers to appeal against Rwanda ruling and 'highly confident' next flight will go aheadThe government will appeal against a European court ruling that grounded the first flight due to take asylum seekers to Rwanda and is "highly confident" the next plane will take off, a Cabinet minister..
First deportation flight to Rwanda halted after last-minute legal appealsThe first deportation flight due to take asylum seekers to Rwanda will not be taking off tonight following a series of last-minute legal appeals, the Home Office has confirmed.
'Threat of Rwanda is not significant': Government's deportation policy unlikely to stop migrants crossing ChannelOn Sangatte beach, the conditions were perfect for everyone. A few sunbathers enjoying the warmth; some kite-surfers joining the sailors at sea. People in shorts strolling along to enjoy the weather.
Two asylum seekers have deportation to Rwanda delayed hours before first flightTwo asylum seekers due to be deported on a flight to Rwanda tonight have had their exit from the UK postponed following last-ditch legal appeals.
Refugee evacuated to Rwanda by UN says staying there was never an option, as country prepares to welcome those from UKMore than 4,000 miles from the criticism and controversy of the proposal in Britain, Rwanda has spent weeks preparing for the arrival of asylum seekers from Britain.
Asylum seeker loses legal challenge against tonight's Rwanda deportation flightAn asylum seeker has lost his legal bid to avoid being sent to Rwanda on a government deportation flight later today.
'An immoral policy that shames Britain': Church attacks plan to send migrants to Rwanda - first flight set to leave todayChurch of England leaders have said the government's plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda is an "immoral policy that shames Britain" - with the first flight set to depart today.
'We're going to kill ourselves': Channel migrants desperately plead to stay in UK ahead of first flight to Rwanda"I can't eat, I can't sleep. Why must I go to Rwanda?"
First deportation flight taking asylum seekers to Rwanda can go ahead, Court of Appeal rulesThe Court of Appeal has ruled the first deportation flight taking asylum seekers to Rwanda can go ahead tomorrow.
Government's Rwanda immigration policy facing Court of Appeal testA legal challenge into the government's immigration policy that would send some asylum seekers to Rwanda has begun in the Court of Appeal.
Rwanda's refugees struggle to find a job in country with 16.5% unemploymentRwanda is a densely populated country of 13 million people and the capital Kigali is bursting with life and energy.
Rwanda calls for UK deportation scheme to be given 'a chance' after Charles criticismRwanda's government has asked for the scheme to send some illegal migrants to its country to be given "a chance", after Prince Charles is said to have privately called it "appalling".
Charles 'says Rwanda policy is appalling' as court rules first asylum seekers can be deportedPrince Charles is said to have privately called the UK government's plans to send some illegal migrants to Rwanda "appalling".
Plans to deport five asylum seekers to Rwanda dropped as legal challenge beginsFive asylum seekers fighting their deportation from the UK to Rwanda will not be sent to the African country, the Home Office has said.