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Chris Pincher refuses to answer questions in awkward exchange following PM's downfall

Sky News Friday, 29 July 2022
Chris Pincher refuses to answer questions in awkward exchange following PM's downfallSky News has caught up with former chief whip Chris Pincher, who was instrumental in Boris Johnson's downfall.
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