Piers Morgan discusses the Rwanda policy after polls found only 35% of Britons approve of the controversial immigration tactic.
Piers Morgan is joined by a panel consisting of Conservative writer Esther Krakue, Vanity Fair Royal editor Katie Nicholl and playwright and author Bonnie Greer.
Piers and Esther get into a heated debate on whether it is ethical to turn migrants away from Britain. Esther thinks that as a refugee or asylum seeker, you should go to the first safe country and shouldn't be allowed to choose.
Bonnie counters this by saying that English is the universal language of the world so it makes sense for people to want to go to a place where they already understand the language.
She also brings up that we should look after the country's capacity to an extent, but most people in the UK descend from immigrants who have helped make this country so 'great'.
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