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Rishi Sunak reveals he spoke to Johnson ‘late last year’

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Rishi Sunak reveals he spoke to Johnson ‘late last year’

Rishi Sunak reveals he spoke to Johnson ‘late last year’

Rishi Sunak reveals he spoke to Boris Johnson ‘late last year’ and doesn't rule out the former PM returning to the Cabinet in a new ITV1 documentary airing on Thursday tonight.

The prime minister speaks to ITV News Deputy Political Editor Anushka Asthana for Rishi Sunak: Up Close - Tonight which airs on ITV1 & ITVX at 8.30pm.

In it, he is asked if he misses the former PM and whether he would have him back in his cabinet, to which he says: "I’m proud of the work that we did together.

And we worked well together for a long time.

In the end there are, you know, well-documented differences…" Report by Blairm.

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