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PM: 'Complete nonsense' to say govt prioritised animals over people during Afghan evacuation

Sky News Tuesday, 7 December 2021
PM: 'Complete nonsense' to say govt prioritised animals over people during Afghan evacuationBoris Johnson has dismissed claims that the government prioritised animals over people during the Afghanistan evacuation as "complete nonsense".
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