Dominic Raab suggests Sue Gray’s report into Downing Street parties may not be published in full

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Dominic Raab has suggested that the highly anticipated Sue Gray report into parties at No 10 will not be published in full.

Although the Justice Secretary said there would be “full transparency” around the Gray report, he refused to confirm that it would be published in full.

Asked if the public will be permitted to see the report in totality, Mr Raab told the BBC’s Sunday Morning programme: “The substances of the findings will be. There will be full transparency.”

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