PM urges critics to keep an ‘open mind’ on Rwanda policy

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in Rwanda’s capital Kigali where he is due to meet the Prince of Wales as well as 54 heads of state for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.

And Sky’s Political Editor Beth Rigby explains why that UK government’s policy, as well as food shortages due to the war in Ukraine, are both high on the agenda.

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