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Tory MP calls for emergency legislation following Rwanda rul

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Tory MP calls for emergency legislation following Rwanda rul

Tory MP calls for emergency legislation following Rwanda rul

Conservative MP Sir Simon Clarke has called for emergency legislation following the Supreme Court's decision to rule the Rwanda asylum plan unlawful.

The MP described the ruling as a "big blow" and said emergency legislation should be introduced "in a matter of days rather than weeks." Report by Kennedyl.

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