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Britain’s PM hopefuls promise to get tough on illegal migration

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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s two contenders to replace Boris Johnson as prime minister promised on Sunday to tackle illegal immigration as a priority, with both backing the government’s policy of sending migrants to Rwanda. Former finance minister Rishi Sunak and foreign secretary Liz Truss are battling to become Britain’s next prime minister after a revolt over Johnson’s scandal-ridden administration forced the prime minister to say he would stand down. The two candidates have so far clashed over the timing of any tax cuts at a time when Britain is facing rising inflation, stalling growth and…

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