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How the UK's Rwanda plan mirrors immigration policies in Australia, Israel and Denmark

Sky News Wednesday, 20 April 2022
How the UK's Rwanda plan mirrors immigration policies in Australia, Israel and Denmark­­­The government's announcement that it plans to send asylum seekers illegally entering the UK to Rwanda has outraged many from politicians and charities to the Church of England.
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