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Cabinet arrive at Downing St ahead of Rwanda vote

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Cabinet arrive at Downing St ahead of Rwanda vote

Cabinet arrive at Downing St ahead of Rwanda vote

Cabinet ministers have arrived at 10 Downing Street as Rishi Sunak seeks to shore up support for his for his Rwanda bill.

Report by Ajagbef.

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