It comes after prime minister Boris Johnson said the massacre in Bucha "doesn't look far short of genocide".
PM's majority slashed to 18 as MPs vote against amendment to block agreements with countries implicated in genocide.
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This article contains distressing images of the victims of the genocide in Europe
They were the neighbours who used to come to share a beer with my dad. They were the parents of the kids I played football with. My mum worked with them to sort out community programmes
"I'm described as an immigrant. But this is not my home."
'There's an awful lot of the world that needs us to share our luck.'