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Julian Smith: Boris Johnson sacks Northern Ireland secretary in cabinet reshuffle

Independent Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
First victim of a ministerial shake-up expected to claim number of casualties as prime minister reshapes government after Brexit
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News video: Julian Smith sacked as Johnson's Cabinet reshuffle begins

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Julian Smith has been sacked as Northern Ireland Secretary as Boris Johnson's Cabinet reshuffle begins. He was the first casualty, with Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom then also losing their positions.

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