Dan Wootton’s panel discuss the rumoured ‘pork pie plot’ from Red Wall MPs to oust Boris Johnson

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‘These people need to stop thinking about their own careers and start thinking about their voters.’

Dan Wootton and his panel discuss the rumoured ‘pork pie plot’ coming from the Tory Red Wall MPs to oust Boris Johnson.

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