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Raab backs Johnson in flat refurb row - but top Tory says PM should quit if he has broken code

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Raab backs Johnson in flat refurb row - but top Tory says PM should quit if he has broken codeThe prime minister has been "crystal clear" about how the refurbishment of his Downing Street flat was financed, the foreign secretary has told Sky News.
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