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PM tours Border Force hub after migration announcement

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PM tours Border Force hub after migration announcement

PM tours Border Force hub after migration announcement

Rishi Sunak takes a tour of the operations room of a Border Force hub in London.

The prime minister's visit comes after he announced his plan to tackle illegal migration in the House of Commons.

This comes as the PM announces a new agreement with Albania which will install Border Force officers at Tirana airport to stop people traffickers.

Report by Brooksl.

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