Flight for deportation of British refugees on the ground after intervention of European Court

London

The British government vowed on Wednesday to organize more flights to deport asylum seekers from around the world to Rwanda after a last-minute court ruling grounded the first plane it would take off under the controversial policy.

Home Secretary Priti Patel said “preparations for the next flight are now starting,” despite legal rulings that none of the migrants destined for deportation should be sent to the East African country.

“We will not be deterred by the inevitable last-minute legal challenges,” Ms Patel told lawmakers.