Inside Politics: Johnson and Macron vow further cooperation after Channel tragedy

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NSThe Uman tragedy struck in the Channel near Calais yesterday, where 27 people – among them a child – drowned when their canoe was attempting to make the treacherous journey from France to Britain. The loss of life is considered the worst migrant disaster ever to hit the channel and one that many observers feared was just around the corner, as record numbers risk their lives in search of a better future. The fallout from the tragedy quickly turned political, with London and Paris embroiled in a blame game over how to deal with the crisis, while some opposition parties put the blame at the door of the UK government, which they say is safe. should provide and legal way for refugees to find sanctuary. Elsewhere, there are fresh negative briefings against Boris Johnson coming out of Rishi Sunak’s coffers, the new German government warning the UK against breaching the Northern Ireland Brexit deal, and parliamentary officials reviewing the rules when a The MP said that she cannot take him. Argument with three month old son

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Commons sits at 9.30 a.m. with Cabinet Office questions from Steve Barkley, followed by a weekly business statement from Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg. Any UQ or other statement afterwards, followed by a backbench-led debate on the core business – freedom of religion or belief, and on the harms of alcohol.

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