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‘Those Jedi mind tricks don’t work on me’: Dominic Raab on Truss, Sunak and his own future

Dominic Raab on Truss, Sunak — and whether he will serve under them

3 September 2022

9:00 AM

3 September 2022

9:00 AM

If Liz Truss is named prime minister next week, her administration will look rather different to the government of the past few years. Rishi Sunak has suggested he won’t accept any job offer. Michael Gove, a Sunak supporter, has pre-emptively ruled himself out. Other prominent backers are expected to join the pair on the backbenches – such as the Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Secretary, Dominic Raab.

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