The prime minister has said he will stress the 'obvious merits' of the controversial Rwanda asylum policy when he meets Prince Charles in Kigali tomorrow after his condemnation of the 'appalling' plan.
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Boris Johnson said during a visit to a school in the Rwandan capital: 'People need to keep an open mind about the policy, the critics need to keep an open mind about the policy. A lot of people can see its obvious merits. So yeah, of course, if I am seeing the prince tomorrow, I am going to be making that point.'

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