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British minister who could replace Theresa May admits to cocaine use in the past

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British minister who could replace Theresa May admits to cocaine use in the past

British minister who could replace Theresa May admits to cocaine use in the past

Environment Minister Michael Gove said he has "deep regrets" about taking the drug on several occasions.

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