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PM hits back at Archbishop of Canterbury for criticising Rwanda asylum plan

Sky News Tuesday, 19 April 2022
PM hits back at Archbishop of Canterbury for criticising Rwanda asylum planBoris Johnson has hit back at Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby over his criticism of sending illegal migrants to Rwanda, claiming the top clergy should be condemning Vladimir Putin instead.
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