British House Of Commons Addresses President Trump’s Refugee Travel Ban

February 01, 2017 C-SPAN News
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson delivered a state on President Trump’s executive order temporarily denying entry to the U.S. to the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, and temporarily suspending the granting of refugee status to anyone from Syria. Secretary Johnson said the Conservative-led government had clarified the executive orders with U.S. diplomats in London, and determined that holders of British passports, even those holding dual nationality with one of the seven affected nations, would not be delayed or hindered in their travels to the U.S.

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