The Observer reveals that up to 45,000 children could be effectively barred from refugee status in the UK according to a forthcoming Refugee Council report analysing Suella Braverman's illegal migration bill.
The bill's impact on children and trafficking victims has raised concerns and a mounting rebellion from both wings of the Tory party.
Braverman is in Rwanda after a court challenge put a hold on her deportation plan.
The Observer reports that as many as 45,000 children risk being effectively barred from refugee status in the UK if Suella Braverman's plan to stop Channel crossings is enforced, according to a forthcoming Refugee Council report.
The report analyses the impact the illegal migration bill could have on children's asylum claims.
A mounting rebellion from both wings of the Tory party has led to growing concerns over the plan's impact on children and trafficking victims.
The home secretary has faced criticism for her tactics, which included a deal to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda once they arrive in the UK. The deportation plan is on hold after a court challenge.
The Guardian adds that the illegal migration bill would allow the UK to deport asylum seekers who arrive via a "safe third country," as well as those who can be returned to EU countries under the Dublin regulation.
However, the report warns that the bill's new measures could potentially exclude thousands of children from accessing protection in the UK.
The Independent highlights that under the proposed legislation, victims of modern slavery and human trafficking could also lose protection under the UK's asylum system.
Campaigners have warned that this would lead to some of the most vulnerable individuals being returned to situations where they face exploitation.
BBC News notes that Braverman is currently visiting Rwanda to establish a new UK deportations deal.
The trip follows last month's agreement with the Rwandan government to receive illegal immigrants who reach the UK. However, a court challenge has put the plan on hold, as lawyers argue that Rwanda is not a safe destination for those seeking asylum.