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Boris: Cruel and criminal gangs are risking lives

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Boris: Cruel and criminal gangs are risking lives

Boris: Cruel and criminal gangs are risking lives

Boris Johnson has condemned the ‘cruel and criminal gangs’ who are risking lives taking migrants across the Channel.

The prime ministers’ comments come as tensions intensify with France over the ongoing issue.

Report by Browna.

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