A CABINET minister rapped the Home Secretary yesterday as tensions grew over the Rwanda asylum plan.
Treasury Chief Secretary Laura Trott hit back at James Cleverly’s comment that the scheme was not “the be-all or end-all”.
James Cleverly was rapped by a Tory MP over the Rwanda asylum plan[/caption]
Laura Trott hit back at the Home Secretary’s comment that the scheme was not ‘the be-all or end-all’[/caption]
And Mr Sunak told The Mail on Sunday he was “prepared to do whatever is necessary” to get the scheme, ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court, up and running.
No10 had hoped Mr Cleverly would calm Tory tensions when he replaced Suella Braverman.
But the ex-Army officer was branded Colonel Calamity” by the right-wing New Conservatives.
The group wrote to the PM to say nothing must be ruled out to get Rwanda flights going — including changing human rights laws.
A source close to Mr Cleverly said he was focused on controlling borders rather than “soundbite nicknames”.
Meanwhile, the government continues to reel from 750,000 net migration figures.
They are stimulating neo-Nazis, Home Office minister Laura Farris told Times Radio.
Last night, ministers confirmed they were looking at restrictions on bringing family to UK and raising the threshold at which you could come here and earn.