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Today’s top headlines from The Telegraph

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1. Rwanda refugee plan is ungodly, says Justin Welby

Boris Johnson’s plan to ship unlawful migrants to Rwanda goes towards Christian values, the Archbishop of Canterbury will say on Easter Sunday.

The Most Rev Justin Welby will use his Easter sermon to criticise Downing Street after the Government introduced that refugees who attain the UK by illicit means will likely be given a one-way ticket to East Africa. Read the total story.

2. Robot fruit pickers may very well be deployed to cease Britons going hungry

Robots may very well be used to select fruit beneath plans to cease Britain from struggling meals shortages.

Ministers have ordered a review into new measures to forestall empty grocery store cabinets, after watching the impression of the battle in Ukraine on world provide chains. Read the total story.

3. Meghan declares her love for Prince Harry earlier than pair kiss on stage at Invictus Games

The Duchess of Sussex publicly declared her love for her “incredible” husband in entrance of an viewers of hundreds.

Introducing the Duke on the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands, she mentioned that she “could not love and respect him more”. Read the total story.

4. Footage emerges of second Briton captured by Russians in Ukraine

A hostage video of a second British nationwide captured by the Russians in Mariupol has emerged on-line.

Ex-Royal Anglian Regiment soldier Sean Pinner appeared visibly drained and seemed to be studying from a web page or a teleprompter, as he mentioned he had been serving alongside Ukrainian marines inside Mariupol. Read the total story.

5. Gove paves method for council housing explosion

Michael Gove is poised to hit property builders with a £7bn levy that would pave the best way for a large enlargement of latest council housing.

The Levelling Up Secretary is making ready to axe guidelines that pressure corporations to build a set variety of “affordable” houses on their developments themselves, and can get them organized to pay into an infrastructure fund as an alternative that can be utilized by councils for their very own tasks. Read the total story.

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