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UK business minister Leadsom leaves role in reshuffle

Reuters Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
British business minister Andrea Leadsom said on Thursday she was leaving her role as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's ministerial reshuffle.
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Andrea Leadsom refused to be drawn over her future as a government minister when questioned outside her home in central London as she left for work. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to reshuffle members of his Cabinet today, with rumours that Business Secretary may lose her job. Report by...

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