The Asylum Process is broken with long delays & plummeting decision rates

Chi Onwurah 

Newcastle upon Tyne Central) (Lab)

Between 2015 and 2020, the number of asylum applications decided early stayed constant at about 30,000, but the proportion decided within the Secretary of State’s six-month target plummeted from 80% to 17%, despite doubling the number of caseworkers. Is it not the truth that her asylum processing system is broken—sending refugees to Rwanda will not fix that—and that she is using those fleeing from the worst atrocities of war as a shield for her incompetence?

HANSARD:

https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/2022-04-19/debates/04A9FDC8-59F6-4CA9-BEBD-3B6F5850D707/GlobalMigrationChallenge#contribution-4C1005D0-F744-4E1E-BD4E-DC2A54BD8606

The asylum process is broken with long delays & plummeting decision rates, the UK Home Office  #RwandaMigrationPlan uses those fleeing war as a shield for their incompetence.

House of Commons TV

https://twitter.com/ChiOnwurah/status/1516459659330269199?cxt=HHwWnsC56dGBxosqAAAA

 

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