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Johnson piles pressure on Sunak over migration figures - as he claims Ireland 'engulfed by race riots'

Sky News Friday, 24 November 2023
Boris Johnson has heaped further pressure on Rishi Sunak over the UK's "all-time high" net migration figures, as he suggested "demographic change" had led to "race riots" in Ireland.
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Migration to the UK needs to "come down to more sustainable levels" says Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, after figures from the Office for National Statistics showed net migration to the UK hit a record high in 2022. The figures have added to the pressure on Sunak, whose Conservative party has vowed to...

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