She said: “Of course, that means working together on the issue of migration. There are a number of other issues we need to work together on, whether it’s energy security, whether it’s other issues relating to our relationship with the EU – but most importantly, it’s ensuring that Putin does not succeed in Ukraine.”
The Prime Minister was pressed on Channel crossings, with provisional figures suggesting more than 29,700 have made the crossing this year – exceeding last year’s total of 28,526.
“That is one of the issues that we need to work with France in a constructive way on,” Ms Truss responded.
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