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Lobbying scandal: 'Nobody welcomes this sort of controversy'

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Lobbying scandal: 'Nobody welcomes this sort of controversy'

Lobbying scandal: 'Nobody welcomes this sort of controversy'

Environment minister George Eustice has said that whilst "nobody welcomes this sort of controversy", the "reality" of the David Cameron lobbying scandal is that "nobody gave any special favours" to the former UK Prime Minister.

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