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Hunt defends Sunak’s trans remarks during PMQs

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Hunt defends Sunak’s trans remarks during PMQs

Hunt defends Sunak’s trans remarks during PMQs

Jeremy Hunt has defended Rishi Sunak’s remarks on trans people during Prime Minister’s Questions, saying he “was talking about Labour changing its position constantly.” Report by Ajagbef.

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