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Nick Gibb defends Education Secretary as students collect GCSE results

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Nick Gibb defends Education Secretary as students collect GCSE results

Nick Gibb defends Education Secretary as students collect GCSE results

Schools Minister Nick Gibb defends his colleague Gavin Williamson, the Education Secretary, amid press speculation that he may be losing the confidence of the Prime Minister.

Mr Gibb called the Education Secretary "a very effective Secretary of State".


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