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Sunak to ‘sit there and vote’ until Rwanda Bill is passed

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Sunak to ‘sit there and vote’ until Rwanda Bill is passed

Sunak to ‘sit there and vote’ until Rwanda Bill is passed

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promises to “sit there and vote” until his Rwanda Bill is passed on Monday.

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