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Johnson continues to cry foul - but it's the relatives of COVID victims that'll be nauseated by his protests

Sky News Wednesday, 14 June 2023
Johnson continues to cry foul - but it's the relatives of COVID victims that'll be nauseated by his protestsBoris Johnson has done everything he possibly could to discredit the Privileges Committee's report on claims that he lied to MPs over partygate. But so far he has met fierce resistance.
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PM reassures the public following cyber attack [Video]

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Rishi Sunak has reassured the public following a major data breach at the Ministry of Defence, which impacted a third-party payroll system. "I do want to reassure people the Ministry of Defence has already taken action, removing the network and taking it offline and making sure the people affected are supported in the right way," he said. He refused to be drawn on claims China is behind the data breach, but confirmed defence secretary Grant Shapps will address MPs in the House of Commons later today. Report by Kennedyl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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