Mandela’s daughter and granddaughter criticise British government’s controversial Rwanda plan

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It’s designed to educate people about diversity, humanity and equality: the key principles which Nelson Mandela campaigned for all his life. Ten years in the making – a new memorial to the anti apartheid icon is under construction in Liverpool.

His daughter and granddaughter will visit the site on Tuesday – which would have been his birthday. But when they spoke to our communities editor Darshna Soni – they were keen to criticise the British government’s controversial plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda.

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