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Sunak instructs Border Control to attend House of Commons

Members of the UK Border Control have been seconded to the House of Commons to prevent migrants crossing the floor.  Labour have opposed the move, citing the persons crossing over have been subject to 'bad men', have been witnesses to terrible crimes and are fleeing a fascist regime full of misogynists, perverts and racists. 

The Conservatives maintain the people attempting to cross over are merely economic migrants, hoping to bleed the taxpayer dry for years on end, while offering no tangible skills to the country.

'There's no good reason they can't continue do that from this side of the House,' said a government spokesman.

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