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Boris Johnson doubles down on Archbishop of Canterbury’s attack and says Rwanda policy is ‘morally right’

BORIS Johnson doubled down on his attack on the Archbishop of Canterbury last night, saying his Rwanda policy was “morally right”.

And he accused the BBC of taking the wrong end on the immigration question.

The Prime Minister doubled down on his attack on the Archbishop of Canterbury, saying his Rwanda policy was

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The Prime Minister doubled down on his attack on the Archbishop of Canterbury, saying his Rwanda policy was “morally right”.Photo credit: Rex
The Prime Minister praised Home Secretary Priti Patel, saying she had done

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The Prime Minister praised Home Secretary Priti Patel, saying she had done “an outstanding job”.Credit: PA

The head of the Church of England had called plans to deport migrants to Africa “godless”.

But the PM said: “It’s a sensible, bold and original policy.”

Heaping praise on the Home Secretary, he said: “Priti Patel has come up with something that is extremely difficult to pull off. I think she did an excellent job.”

But he turned fire on the BBC, saying they had “misunderstood” the policy, ratting them out for days.

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The Prime Minister fumed: “The policy has been misconstrued by the BBC and by some sections of the clergy. That’s what I said.

“By the way, I had just gotten off the phone with PK from Rwanda, who told me exactly that.”

“I thought it was misconstrued

“From what I understand, everything was fine until today’s program piled up.”

“I think the policy is right and I defend that.”

According to the new plans, migrants are to be sent to Rwanda

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According to the new plans, migrants are to be sent to RwandaPhoto credit: Getty

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Bobby Allyn

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