Migrants vaccinated for diphtheria after outbreak

Migrants vaccinated for diphtheria after outbreak

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Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick updates the House of Commons after a man who died after staying at a migrant processing centre in Kent had diphtheria.

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Robert Edward Jenrick is a senior British Conservative Party politician serving as Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government from 2019 until 2021. He has served as Member of Parliament for Newark since 2014, a seat he won at a by-election amid some controversy over Conservative electoral activity involving “Road Trip 2015” campaigners, who were bussed into the constituency.

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