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Eustice: Rwanda policy is legal and will save lives

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Eustice: Rwanda policy is legal and will save lives

Eustice: Rwanda policy is legal and will save lives

Secretary of State for Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs George Eustice says the government's Rwanda policy to address immigration challenges will "help save lives" and is legally sound, after Prince Charles reportedly labelled the scheme "appalling".

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