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Wakefield voters react to PM's Sue Gray statement

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Wakefield voters react to PM's Sue Gray statement

Wakefield voters react to PM's Sue Gray statement

Voters in the so-called 'Red Wall' seat of Wakefield react to the prime minister's statement to the House of Commons over the release of the Sue Gray report.

Many seem unimpressed with the prime minister's apology while shop owner Phil Peters says many voters are disillusioned with politics as a whole.

Report by Blairm.

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