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UK finance minister quits, shattering PM Johnson's reshuffle: media

Reuters Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
Finance minister Sajid Javid resigned on Thursday, British media reported, a surprise move that shattered Prime Minister Boris Johnson's choreographed reshuffle of his government and raised questions over his leadership team.
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Britain's finance minister, Sajid Javid, resigned after Prime Minister Boris Johnson demanded he sack his advisers to replace them with Johnson loyalists. It made waves amid what was meant to be a low-key reshuffle. Lucy Fielder reports.

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