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Lord Frost: Resignation absolutely not about PM's leadership

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Lord Frost: Resignation absolutely not about PM's leadership

Lord Frost: Resignation absolutely not about PM's leadership

Lord Frost insists his resignation is "absolutely not" about the prime minister's leadership but his opposition to "coercive" Covid policies.

The former Brexit minister adds he and Boris Johnson had never disagreed on Brexit policies, and his successor Liz Truss would "do a great job".

Report by Alibhaiz.

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