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Lee Anderson: Laughing Labour MPs stopped me voting against Rwanda Bill

18 January 2024

7:45 PM

18 January 2024

7:45 PM

Tory MP Lee Anderson’s name was a curious omission from the list of rebels who voted against Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda Bill. Anderson’s absence was surprising given that this week he resigned as deputy chair of the Conservative party over the legislation to ‘stop the boats’.

‘I don’t think I could carry on in my role when I fundamentally disagree with the bill.

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