'I made an error' Kate Garraway issues apology over asylum seeker comment after GMB row

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'I made an error' Kate Garraway issues apology over asylum seeker comment after GMB row

Following the debate Good Morning Britain cut to an advertisement break, but when the show returned Garraway had to apologise to viewers. She said:

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Following the debate Good Morning Britain cut to an advertisement break, but when the show returned Garraway had to apologise to viewers. 

She said: “I’d just like to apologise. I made an error, a factual error Adil.

“When we were discussing with the minister about people being taken asylum from Rwanda, I was making the point, as you were, that some people don’t think Rwanda is a very safe place for asylum seekers.

“I said 250 fleeing the country were granted asylum in the UK, that was wrong, they were granted asylum in Europe on the whole,” Garraway explained.”



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