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'I've read enough Liz Truss books': Minister snubs ex-PM's new memoir

Sky News Wednesday, 17 April 2024
A government minister has said she won't be reading Liz Truss's memoir of her brief time in Downing Street as "that's a period I'm not interested in re-visiting".
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