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People removed from COVID inquiry as Boris Johnson interrupted while saying 'sorry for pain and suffering'
Boris Johnson was interrupted as he apologised for the "suffering" caused by the COVID pandemic.
Sunak to find 'middle ground' in emergency Rwanda legislation as Tory splits emerge into public view
Rishi Sunak will aim for a middle ground in the emergency legislation to get the Rwanda scheme off the ground as he remains under severe pressure to stop small boat crossings.
Key points so far as Boris Johnson gives evidence to COVID inquiry
Boris Johnson is just a few hours into to his marathon two-day hearing at the COVID inquiry and already a lot of ground has been covered.
The government's new rules to cut immigration - explained
A new plan to cut immigration has been announced by the government after net migration hit 745,000 last year.
Asylum seekers jailed in Rwanda could be sent back to UK under deal, minister admits
Rwanda will be able to send asylum seekers who have committed a crime back to the UK under the terms of a new treaty, a minister has admitted.