Video from Alyn Smith MP, Stirling Constituency

Rwanda Refugee Disgrace

The UK Government’s disgraceful plan to ship refugees to Rwanda is impractical and immoral, paraded as an example of good governance by a Home Secretary out of her depth.
Scotland wants no part of it.

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