Britain and Rwanda have signed a new treaty in a bid to revive a controversial proposal by London to transfer irregular refugees to the east African country. The agreement was signed on Tuesday by Rwandan Foreign Minister Vincent Biruta and British Interior Minister James Cleverly, who travelled to Kigali to salvage London’s stalled bid to send illegal migrants to Rwanda after the UK Supreme Court blocked an earlier arrangement as unlawful.


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