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‘Will the public believe you, prime minister?’ ‘Yes’

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‘Will the public believe you, prime minister?’ ‘Yes’

‘Will the public believe you, prime minister?’ ‘Yes’

Boris Johnson responded, “yes”, when asked by a reporter if the public will believe him as he left 10 Downing Street on Tuesday afternoon.

It follows revelations that the prime minister was briefed about Chris Pincher’s conduct as a foreign office minister in 2019 despite repeated denials from Number 10 that the prime minister was aware of any formal complaint made against Mr Pincher.

Report by Jonesia.

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