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'Shut up' says Priti Patel to hecklers in the Commons

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'Shut up' says Priti Patel to hecklers in the Commons

'Shut up' says Priti Patel to hecklers in the Commons

Home Secretary Priti Patel has been heard telling opposition MPs to "shut up" after they heckled her as she paid tribute to the outgoing prime minister Boris Johnson.

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