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Michael Gove leadership campaign falters after cocaine admission

euronews Monday, 10 June 2019
Conservative leadership contender Michael Gove was battling to save his bid to become the UK's next Prime Minister on Monday morning, following mounting scrutiny over his history of cocaine use.
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