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The first flight "offshoring" migrants more than 4,000 miles away is set to go ahead as campaigners lose High Court fight.
Bosses initially suggested the scheme could be up and running last Christmas.
Jacob Rees-Mogg said the prime minister is an "enormous electoral asset".
“Would you defend anything at all, Grant Shapps?” was the Sky News reporter in his pomp.
Downing Street suggested it had not ruled out introducing a criminal offence of street harassment.
In less than 12 hours, the clip showing the home secretary being interrupted by protesters has accumulated more than four million views.
Boris Johnson had said he wanted the first planes to take off within "weeks" of the policy being announced.
Questions have been raised over the home secretary's attendance at last year's No Time To Die premiere.
A Twitter user commented on a photo of David Lammy on the Tube, saying: "4.20 to Rwanda hopefully."