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PM hits out at ‘condescending’ opponents of Rwanda asylum seekers scheme

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Boris Johnson has struck out at “condescending” opponents of his scheme to send asylum seekers to Rwanda ahead of talks with reported critic the Prince of Wales.
14 days ago·London, United Kingdom

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Reuters

UK's Boris Johnson hopes Rwanda visit will help people shed 'condescending attitudes'

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was looking forward to visiting Rwanda on Thursday to help people shed their "condescending attitudes" to Rwanda after criticism of the government's plans to deport asylum seekers to the country.

14 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Independent

PM hits out at ‘condescending’ opponents of Rwanda asylum seekers scheme

The Prime Minister defended the faltering flagship policy as he prepared to fly to Kigali.

14 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sky News

Boris Johnson accuses critics of Rwanda deportation policy of 'condescending attitudes' towards African nation

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, joking that he was conscious that he was arriving in Kigali before "anybody who has travelled illegally across the Channel", insisted the policy was a good idea.

14 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Scotsman

Boris Johnson hits out at ‘condescending’ opponents of Rwanda asylum seekers scheme

Boris Johnson has struck out at “condescending” opponents of his scheme to send asylum seekers to Rwanda ahead of talks with reported critic the Prince of Wales.

14 days ago
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Irish Examiner

Boris Johnson hits out at ‘condescending’ opponents of his Rwanda deportation scheme

Mr Johnson is due to meet Prince Charles - who described the scheme as ‘appalling’ - in the Rwandan capital of Kigali

14 days ago·Ireland
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Evening Standard

PM hits out at ‘condescending’ opponents of Rwanda asylum seekers scheme

The Prime Minister defended the faltering flagship policy as he prepared to fly to Kigali.

14 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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