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Gov: We will change the law over Supreme Court ruling

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Gov: We will change the law over Supreme Court ruling

Gov: We will change the law over Supreme Court ruling

Following the ‘unlawful’ supreme court ruling of the Rwanda Plan, Transport Secretary Mark Harper says “changing the law” will “enable us to get those flights away.” He adds that we are a “country that believes in the rule of law” but “we are prepared to change international relationships.” Report by Rowlandi.

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