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Cameron and Holden resign as Sunak announces shadow cabinet

9 July 2024

6:20 AM

9 July 2024

6:20 AM

Richard Holden has resigned from his role as Conservative party chairman. The news comes as the Tory party has announced its shadow cabinet reshuffle – after it won just over 120 seats in Thursday’s election.

Despite holding onto the safe seat he was parachuted into just days before the nomination deadline, Holden has left his chairman role – with Richard Fuller take the post in the meantime. In

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