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Jenrick ‘pleased’ as Rwanda bill passes first vote

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Jenrick ‘pleased’ as Rwanda bill passes first vote

Jenrick ‘pleased’ as Rwanda bill passes first vote

Former immigration minister Robert Jenrick says he’s “pleased that it sounds there’s a way forward” as Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda bill passes its first vote in the Commons.

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