The government's Rwanda deportation plan, spearheaded by Rishi Sunak, is encountering challenges in the House of Lords. Peers are making moves to impede the progress of the controversial bill, with former Labour attorney general Peter Goldsmith leading a motion seeking to delay the ratification of the new Rwanda treaty. The international agreements committee, chaired by Lord Goldsmith, insists on specific measures, including an improved complaints process and guarantees of safety, before endorsing the treaty. A separate challenge by the Liberal Democrats involves presenting a "fatal motion," claiming the plan violates international law and wastes taxpayer money. The outcome could significantly impact the future of the Rwanda plan and its implementation.