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Keegan condemns Labour’s ‘dishonesty’ over Abbott row

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Keegan condemns Labour’s ‘dishonesty’ over Abbott row

Keegan condemns Labour’s ‘dishonesty’ over Abbott row

Education Secretary Gillian Keegan has condemned Labour for its handling of an investigation into Diane Abbott, calling them “dishonest”.

"I think they ought to be a bit more honest with the British public", she said.

Report by Ajagbef.

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