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1. Boris Johnson unveils the ‘Grow for Britain’ plan

Boris Johnson is set to unveil a ‘Grow for Britain’ strategy, urging farmers to produce more fruit and veg amid record inflation.

In a key announcement expected on Monday, the prime minister is poised to unveil the country’s first food strategy in 75 years. Read the full story.

2. Prince Charles is “appalled” by the Rwandan migrants’ plan

Prince Charles has privately described Priti Patel’s asylum plan in Rwanda as appalling, it was revealed on Friday night.

The Prince of Wales is said to be frustrated with the government’s asylum policy as he is due to represent the Queen at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, this month. Read the full story.

3. Ukraine “swaps” prisoners to ensure freedom of British soldiers

Ukraine will “swap” prisoners to secure the release of the two Britons on death row, the country’s ambassador to Britain said on Friday.

Vadym Prystaiko suggested that the men – both serving members of the Ukrainian military held in the breakaway Donetsk People’s Republic – be released in exchange for prisoners held by the Ukrainian armed forces. Read the full story.

4. “Absolute Fool”: Prince Andrew is embroiled in yet another debt battle

The Duke of York has been branded an “absolute fool” after being embroiled in another £1.6million debt battle.

The “business debt” is owed to a Swiss couple who are said to have issued a blocking order on their ski chalet in Verbier 18 months ago. Read the full story.

5. Vegan school meals on the menu as part of Boris Johnson’s ‘Grow for Britain’ strategy

Boris Johnson is set to announce the first review of Britain’s food strategy in 75 years as he seeks to tackle food security and the cost of living.

Officials have been working on the report, which has been delayed twice since an independent review by Henry Dimbleby, Leon’s founder, was published last July. Read the full story.

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