Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Asylum seekers: The plan to send them to Rwanda is against the nature of God, says Archbishop of Canterbury


  • Joseph Lee
  • BBC News

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Archbishop carrying a wooden cross at the beginning of Holy Week celebrations.

In his Easter sermon, Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury stressed that the government’s plan to send some asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda was “against the nature of God.”

Welby said the resurrection of Christ was not the time to “subcontract our responsibilities.”

He called for a ceasefire in Ukraine and spoke of his concern over the cost of living crisis.

The government says the change is necessary to protect people’s lives from traffickers.

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