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Ministers arrive at Downing Street amid election speculation

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Ministers arrive at Downing Street amid election speculation

Ministers arrive at Downing Street amid election speculation

Ministers arrive at 10 Downing Street amid mounting speculation that the prime minister may call a general election later today.

Asked by the media if an election was about to be called, Work and Pensions Secretary Mel Stride jokes: "Too much rain".

Report by Blairm.

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