Britain’s Johnson defends migrant deal during Rwanda visit

In tonight’s edition: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday defended his controversial deal to deport migrants to Rwanda, telling critics to ‘keep an open mind’. While most of the bloc’s members are former British colonies, Gabon and Togo are set to join Mozambique and Rwanda as the latest countries to join the Commonwealth despite few historical ties to the UK. And we take a closer look at some of the major changes needed to fund Africa’s critical transition to reliable energy.

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