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Zahawi calls Johnson and Gray meeting irrelevant

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Zahawi calls Johnson and Gray meeting irrelevant

Zahawi calls Johnson and Gray meeting irrelevant

Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi says he doesn’t know who arranged the meeting between Boris Johnson and Nadhim Zahawi last week and that he trusts Sue Gray to issue her report with the “highest level of professionalism and integrity” and that she won’t “pull her punches”.

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