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East African split proves Rwanda isn't safe




Scientists have announced that the East African fault line means a significant part of East Africa will separate from the main part of the continent and form a new ocean between them in a timescale described as 'millions of years or however long it takes the Tories to be trusted again'.


Campaigners against the Rwanda deportation plan point out that as Rwanda is likely to be floating off sometime in the future it can't be classed as a safe place, no matter what geological legislation the government passes.  Government supporters of the plan, however, are more interested to know if a floating Rwanda is likely to be cheaper to hire than a Bibby Stockholm.


Photo by James Wiseman on Unsplash

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