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Boris Johnson's Cabinet meet after Commons defeat

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Boris Johnson's Cabinet meet after Commons defeat

Boris Johnson's Cabinet meet after Commons defeat

Ministers enter the first Cabinet meeting since the Government lost a key election vote last night in the Commons.

Ministers visit Downing Street for a Cabinet meeting, following the prorogation of Parliament on Monday evening.

Includes Grant Shapps, Theresa Villiers, Alok Sharma, Esther McVey, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Liz Truss, Matt Hancock, Nicky Morgan, Robert Jenrick, Rishi Sunak, Jake Berry, Julian Smith, Andrea Leadsom, Ben Wallace, Gavin Williamson and Dominic Raab.


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