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Supreme Court rejects UK govt's Rwanda migration plan


The UK Supreme Court rejects a government plan to send migrants to Rwanda, upholding a lower court ruling that it was unlawful, in a major setback for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. SOUNDBITE

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