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'One rule for black boys and another for white boys': Corbyn condemns Boris Johnson hypocrisy over Jamaica deportation flights

Independent Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
Labour leader accuses PM of trying to mislead public over seriousness of crimes committed by some of those sent to Caribbean
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News video: Corbyn accuses Johnson of deportation double standards

Corbyn accuses Johnson of deportation double standards 01:32

Jeremy Corbyn has challenged Boris Johnson on the deportation of convicted offenders to Jamaica who were brought to the UK as children by saying "Is it one rule for young black boys from the Caribbean and another for white boys from the US?". In response the prime minister angrily told the Labour...

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