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The Daily Express reports on accusations the House of Lords is “frustrating the will of the people” by changing proposed legislation aimed at ending the small boats crisis. Parliament’s upper chamber, led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, voted to back an attempt to force the government to produce a 10-year strategy on refugees and trafficking as part of its migration bill. But ministers are expected to ask MPs to overturn the changes when legislation returns to the House of Commons. The Daily Express says insiders have told the paper they are “determined to deliver on what the British people want”.