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Boris Johnson has vowed to fight the “army” of lawyers pushing back against his plan to fly asylum seekers to Rwanda. The PM wants the first flights to leave within six weeks, despite claims the scheme could be illegal under human rights law. The announcement has certainly “succeeded in knocking Partygate off the top of the agenda”, says Politico. “For now.” The flagship of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has sunk. The Moskva reportedly went down after being hit by two Ukrainian anti-ship missiles. Harry and Meghan secretly met the Queen and Prince Charles at Windsor Castle yesterday. It was the couple’s first joint visit to the UK since quitting as royals two years ago. Much of Britain will bask in 22C weather today, says The Sun, kicking off a balmy Easter weekend. It really is a “very Good Friday”.