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Brandon Lewis on migrant policy

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Brandon Lewis on migrant policy

Brandon Lewis on migrant policy

Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis, who was formerly Immigration Minister, says he supports the government's package of measures to reduce illegal migration including its controversial plan to fly people to Rwanda.

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