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PM faces pressure from backbenchers over Government U-turns

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PM faces pressure from backbenchers over Government U-turns

PM faces pressure from backbenchers over Government U-turns

The Prime Minister will chair a meeting of his Cabinet today, ahead of theresumption of Parliament.

It comes as the Government continues to facepressure from backbench MPs over U-turns on policy including to exam resultsand mandatory face coverings in schools.


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