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Labour on Braverman: 'Serious question of judgement'

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Labour on Braverman: 'Serious question of judgement'

Labour on Braverman: 'Serious question of judgement'

Shadow Foreign Secretary, David Lammy, says the re-appointment of Suella Braverman as home secretary is a "serious question of judgement".

It comes as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak remains under pressure over the re-hiring of the MP after resigning from Liz Truss' government days earlier.

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