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Which major MPs will not be standing at the 2019 general election?

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Which major MPs will not be standing at the 2019 general election?

Which major MPs will not be standing at the 2019 general election?

Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan is the latest high-profile MP to declare she will not stand in the looming December general election.

We take a look at some of the other prestigious names stepping down ahead of the vote.


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