The UK’s Conservative party faced turmoil as Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick resigned, citing strong disagreements over the government’s immigration policy, particularly the legislation involving sending migrants to Rwanda.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s leadership appeared increasingly precarious as hardliners exerted pressure.
The resignation followed a warning from Rwanda that it would withdraw from a migrant treaty if international law was not respected, with Jenrick expressing concerns about the proposed laws in his resignation letter.
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