‘No way’: UK government denies it can deport refugees

The UK government has denied it can remove refugees from its shores and denied it was planning to deport them.

“The government will not take part in the EU’s Dublin Regulations or in any European relocation scheme unless and until there is clear evidence that we are prepared to deal with those arriving in the UK in a meaningful way.” “

He said: “We will only be taking on asylum seekers if they are in need of protection. “

The government will not take part in the EU’s Dublin Regulations or in any European relocation scheme unless and until there is clear evidence that we are prepared to deal with those arriving in the UK in a meaningful way.”

The spokesman also said:   “We do not currently have plans for deportations. “

If the UK’s border control and immigration systems are unable to deal effectively with those asylum seekers then the UK will not be taking them in.”

The UK is home to around a million people who have fled war in their home countries. “

While the UK may be able to take a number of asylum seekers back to their countries of origin, it is not the right or proportionate response to a humanitarian crisis that we face.”

The UK is home to around a million people who have fled war in their home countries.

The spokesman said the government was working with the EU to make sure people are not being sent back to countries where they could be subjected to torture or be killed.

He said the UK would work with other European countries on the migration crisis and ensure people in need were not forced to return.

The UK’s European neighbours have been working together to provide the refugees with help.

EU states are sending more than 1.5 million refugees to Europe, including 1.2 million from Syria and other conflict zones.

The UK has been the biggest contributor, contributing £2.5bn.

But the government has said it will not support those who attempt to flee the country by sea.

It has warned that if refugees arrive in the US and Europe and there are no resettlement plans, it will try to deport the refugees to their home nations.