Union boss attacks Patel for withholding details about Rwanda migrants policy

Head of PCS, Mark Serwotka, claims failure to disclose key documents raises suspicions plan is ‘built on sand’

Priti Patel has failed to disclose key documents to Home Office staff detailing how they should decide which migrants might be eligible to be removed to Rwanda, the leader of the UK’s biggest civil service union has claimed.

Mark Serwotka, the general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union that represents departmental staff and Border Force officers, said the home secretary’s decision to withhold framework documents explaining the government’s offshoring policy raises suspicions that it is “built on sand” and a cynical attempt to score “cheap political points”.

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Immigration and asylum, Priti Patel, Mark Serwotka, Politics, UK news, Rwanda, Civil service UK news | The Guardian

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