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Thornberry calls for Raab to resign over Kabul evacuation

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Thornberry calls for Raab to resign over Kabul evacuation

Thornberry calls for Raab to resign over Kabul evacuation

Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry has called for Dominic Raab to both apologise and resign over his handling of the Afghanistan evacuation in summer.

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