'Get off Twitter, get to Rwanda' Suella Braverman slams Yvette Cooper over her Rwanda migration plan

Home Secretary Suella Braverman told MPs the Government’s Illegal Migration Bill was “testing legal arguments” adding “there’s nothing wrong with that”.Responding to SNP MP Anum Qaisar (Airdrie and Shotts), Ms Braverman said: “Section 19 1b (of the Human Rights Act) is designed exactly for these purposes, where whilst the Government believes that our provisions are capable of being compliant with human rights acts and the Convention on Human Rights we are nonetheless testing legal arguments and legal basis, there’s nothing wrong with that.“In fact previous administrations have introduced legislation – a Labour administration introduced legislation carrying a Section 19 1b statement themselves, but let me just say, the SNP are all talk and no action.“Whilst Scotland makes up 8% of the UK’s population, but only 1% of the UK’s asylum seekers are housed in contingency accommodation in Scotland, it’s very easy for them to make all the right noises but take zero action to stop the boats.”