We ask you: is £370 million for the government's Rwanda policy a bargain or an absolute steal?

THE National Audit Office has revealed the government’s program to relocate migrants to Rwanda will cost £370 million. At that price, are we ripping them off? 

Norman Steele, retired steeplejack: “You have to remember they’re foreigners, so £370 million is an absolute fortune to them.”

Hannah Tomlinson, registrar: “We also pay an extra £150k per person, another £120 million if we send 300, and that doesn’t include flights. Bloody hidden charges, it’s like Ryanair.”

Carolyn Ryan, letting agent: “Ah, but all that goes into a fund supporting economic growth, so it will be wisely spent by Liz Truss.”

Francesca Johnson, livestock trader: “I hope they’re grateful for that price. I expect an effusive postcard.”

Tom Logan, bookmaker: “Still, if it gets us another five years of the Tories it’s cheap at the price.”

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