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    Britain’s Conservative government hopes to drive a stake through the post-World War II consensus that persecuted people around the world must be granted the right to asylum.

    Under a bill that passed Parliament in April, asylum seekers who arrive in Britain by irregular means — in a dinghy across the channel from France, for example — will be summarily sent to Rwanda, where officials in Kigali will assess their claim and, if granted, offer asylum in the Central African country.

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