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Michael Gove: Tory leadership hopeful says he 'deeply regrets' taking cocaine 'on several occasions'

Independent Friday, 7 June 2019
Conservative leadership candidate Michael Gove has said he "deeply regrets" taking cocaine "on several occasions".
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Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove said he was lucky to have avoided going to prison for cocaine use after he admitted taking the drug on several occasions around 20 years ago when he was a journalist.

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