Thank goodness that the Court of Appeal has found that the planned sending of the UK's illegal immigrants to Rwanda to be 'unlawful'. I hope this now puts an end to this ridiculous idea.
I don't know who dreamt-up this crazy scheme, but it serves no purpose and would cost a fortune; much of which has already been spent.
There are rules in the EU, which also apply in the UK, that people leaving war-torn or dangerous countries should apply for asylum in the first safe country they reach. People who flout this rule would be returned to that country.
Those crossing The Channel in small boats should be returned at once to the country they came from; i.e. France.
France is a good country to live in. The weather is good, the food is good, and as long as people don't gather in huge enclaves, the people are very tolerant. The prospects for gainful employment are also very good.
Speaking personally, if I was an immigrant I would far rather settle in Marseilles than Manchester.
The easiest way to solve this problem would be to re-join the EU, that way the French would be 'obliged' to accept the return of their illegals.