Rwanda Policy | Conservative MP who strongly backed policy shares his joy over law

Rwanda policy | conservative mp who strongly backed policy shares his joy over law

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Rwanda Policy | Conservative MP who strongly backed policy shares his joy over law” – below is their description.

‘We have a democratic, legal right, to protect our borders, to re-enforce our laws and people who come here illegally should be off shored.’

Conservative MP, Jonathan Gullis, who strongly backed the Rwanda Policy reacts to it becoming law.

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