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PM leaves No 10 for first PMQs since Easter recess

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PM leaves No 10 for first PMQs since Easter recess

PM leaves No 10 for first PMQs since Easter recess

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak leaves No 10 and heads to Parliament for the first PMQs since MPs returned from Easter recess.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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