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The Zac Pack: the well-connected group quietly shaping Tory policy

The well-connected group quietly shaping Tory policy

5 February 2022

9:00 AM

5 February 2022

9:00 AM

Who let the dogs out? That’s the subject of a Whitehall probe into the recent Afghanistan debacle. When the Taliban took Kabul, an estimated 1,200 people who qualified for evacuation to the UK had to be left behind. But on 28 August, waiting Afghan families were left helpless on the ground as 173 cats and dogs were escorted past them into the airport and off to safety.

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