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    Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng defends Prime Minister Boris Johnson after he was accused of cronyism because of his personal texts trying to secure the production of ventilators at the start of the pandemic with businessman James Dyson. Mr Kwarteng explains that they were concerned about the conditions in Italy at that time and would do anything to ensure we had enough ventilators here and would do it again.

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