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Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing St

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Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing St

Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing St

Ministers arrive at 10 Downing Steet for a cabinet meeting, including Liz Truss MP, Grant Shapps MP.

Nadhim Zahawi MP and others vying for the prime minister's job, Report by Brooksl.

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