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Archbishop criticises migrant policy in Easter sermon

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Archbishop criticises migrant policy in Easter sermon

Archbishop criticises migrant policy in Easter sermon

In his Easter sermon at Canterbury Cathedral, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby called for a ceasefire in the Russian war on Ukraine and condemned the Government's plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda as "sub-contracting our responsibilities".

Report by Etemadil.

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