Church Of England Accuses Boris Johnson Of Making "A Remark Against The Church"

The prime minister has been accused by the Archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Church of England, of uttering a “Disgraceful Slur” towards him.

Boris Johnson and home secretary Priti Patel have faced criticism for their controversial new Anglo-Rwandan Trade Partnership deal, where illegals and asylum seekers would be sent to the central African nation as a labour pool in exchange for cheap goods for Britain.

The Archbishop of Canterbury protested the new trade partnership during his Easter Address last Sunday, calling it: "A betrayal of the very central tenets of Christianity".

It is alleged by the Church of England that the prime minister said horrid remarks during a private Tory meeting yesterday following the re-convening of parliament yesterday evening.

Boris Johnson's spokesman said that the prime minister denies all allegations.

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