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Minister insists govt will 'pull together' after PM criticisms

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Minister insists govt will 'pull together' after PM criticisms

Minister insists govt will 'pull together' after PM criticisms

Environment Secretary George Eustice says the government will "pull together" and "focus on the big issues that matter", saying "things can look very different in a year or 18 months time".

This comes after a torrid few days for the prime minister, after a pair of by-election defeats and a cabinet resignation renewed questions about his leadership.

Report by Blairm.

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