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.