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Raab says he'll support Truss 'in any capacity'

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Raab says he'll support Truss 'in any capacity'

Raab says he'll support Truss 'in any capacity'

Sunak supporter Dominic Raab says he will give Liz Truss "fulsome support" and highlights the importance for the new prime minister to unite the Conservative Party.

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