RWANDA has sympathised with the UK about its unlawful deportation plan and confirmed it will be keeping the money.
The African country, which supporters of the plan are unable to locate on a map, said it could not be sorrier about the Supreme Court’s ruling and £140m from British taxpayers is small recompense for the hurt it feels.
Minister of state James Kabarebe said: “So sad for you guys. Still, every cloud.
“Looks like we won’t be having to house and treat with excessive fairness all those arrivals on small boats after all. But we had planned to, and planning costs money, and well.
“Hardly much in the grand scheme of things, is it? About six miles of unbuilt HS2? So don’t be knocking on our door asking for a refund because it’ll just make you look petty and mean and that certainly isn’t the way anyone thinks of Britain.
“Really hurts we won’t be taking any of your unwanted migrants. We had a room all ready for that one who came here, Braverman. She’s not a migrant? She was a government minister? Okay, well that’s a f**k-up averted.
“Sorry it didn’t happen, thanks for the cash, next time you fancy handing a fat wedge to a one-party state give us a call. Like your migrants, we’re not going anywhere.”