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Liz Truss will expand the controversial Rwanda migrant deportation plan to countries such as Turkey if she becomes Prime Minister, it has been claimed.

The foreign secretary has told MPs privately that she will open negotiations with more countries to get them to take refugees arriving in Britain if she wins the leadership, the Times said.

While sources close to Ms Truss poured cold water on claims by Sir Christopher Chope that this would include Spain, Turkey was accepted as a possible destination despite already having the world's largest refugee population.

Liz Truss says migrants may be sent to Turkey as well as Rwanda if she becomes Prime Minister | Daily Mail Online

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That's lovely, but let's put as much effort as possible into preventing them getting here in the first place.

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Sending them to Turkey (or however they want it spelled now) will just have them back on your doorstep in a month or so, Turkey being the country assisting them to migrate out of their war torn countries in the first place.

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On 7/16/2022 at 2:17 PM, ouija ouija said:

That's lovely, but let's put as much effort as possible into preventing them getting here in the first place.

Good idea, unfortunately that relies on French doing their bit, so....meh.

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