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Dorries suggests Truss should call election to get mandate for policies

Sky News Monday, 3 October 2022
Dorries suggests Truss should call election to get mandate for policiesFormer culture secretary Nadine Dorries has suggested Liz Truss should call a general election to obtain a mandate for her policies. 
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