Dominic Raab Grilled On How Chris Pincher Was Able To Be Deputy Chief Whip Despite Allegations | GMB

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Sir Simon McDonald, Former top civil servant says PM was ‘briefed in person’ about Chris Pincher. Dominic Raab MP reacts.

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