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The Rama file, the Albanian prime minister is asked by a prosecutor and an FBI official in New York and the unfortunate coincidence of McGonigal's guilty plea for the affairs of the head of government
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Hopes for Albanian asylum seekers in Britain are 'kindled', the Home Office issues an urgent notice
Written by SOT.COM.AL 30 Maj 2023
Albanian asylum seekers affected by Britain's tough new immigration law have an incentive to stay calm for the time being, as deportations to Rwanda are headed for failure.
This after Home Office and Border Force staff have warned they will go on strike if they are asked to back the government's tough immigration plans.
The warning was issued today by a senior figure in the Public and Commercial Services trade union, which made it clear that its members could walk out rather than help send deportees to Rwanda, or implement measures to deal with the number high number of migrants crossing the English Channel by dinghy.
PCS, which has tens of thousands of members, has already joined legal action against the Rwandan scheme, signed at a cost of £120m to the UK budget.
No immigrant has yet managed to break through this scheme due to facing a large number of legal challenges.
PCS is also opposed to the Illegal Immigration Bill, which would stop illegal immigrants from applying to stay under the Modern Slavery Act or the Human Rights Convention.
The warning from the unions comes as ministers in Britain are set to launch an advertising campaign aimed directly at would-be migrants to discourage them from trying to enter the island by dinghy.
The social media advertisement will appear mainly in Albania. One ad shows police detaining an immigrant, while another shows an overcrowded dinghy.
Both have warnings in English and Albanian that if they go to Britain illegally they will face detention and penetration.
Meanwhile, Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick will embark on an 'immigration tour', visiting Algeria, Tunisia, Italy and France this week.