RISHI Sunak is working in secret with European allies in a plot to tear up rules so migrants can be sent to Rwanda.
The PM wants to join forces with Italy’s Giorgia Meloni and leaders in Austria and Spain want to rewrite the European Court of Human Rights charter.
They hope the move will give them legal cover to send migrants to third countries for processing.
Downing Street is planning to bring in emergency legislation and a new treaty with Kigali to address issues in the judgment.
The PM — accused by former Home Secretary Suella Braverman of “tinkering” with the original scheme — said he would work “night and day” to ensure domestic courts can’t “systematically” block deportation flights.
He said: “We’ve got to get the Rwanda plan up and running. I will do whatever it takes to make that happen.
“People are sick of this merry-go-round. I want to end it. My patience is wearing thin.”
He threw down the gauntlet to Labour to help pass the legislation, especially in the Lords.
Mr Sunak said: “We’re determined to get this through.
“So the real question is: is the Labour Party going to stand in the way and stop this from happening, or are they going to work with us and support this Bill so we can get it through as quickly as possible?”
Former Supreme Court judge Lord Sumption said a law to declare Rwanda safe was “profoundly discreditable” and would “effectively overrule” the decision by the Supreme Court.