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It is important families are kept out of politics, says PM

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It is important families are kept out of politics, says PM

It is important families are kept out of politics, says PM

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is very important to keep MPs' families out of politics when asked about Rishi Sunak's wife's non-dom tax status.

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