Moment Dominic Raab winks at Angela Rayner during PMQs

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Moment Dominic Raab winks at Angela Rayner during PMQs. Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab was in the mood for fun as he stood in for Boris Johnson at Prime Minister’s Questions and tore into Angela Rayner over Labour’s attitude towards last week’s rail strikes. Raab and Rayner, Keir Starmer’s deputy, regularly make the most of their time to step up in the absence of their party leaders, with Mr Johnson at a Nato summit in Spain. And today was no different, with Mr Raab giving the straight-talking Labour deputy leader over the RMT action and her loyalty to Sir Keir. He also accused her of being a champagne socialist for attending an opera festival. For her part, Ms Rayner also set the scene, boasting beforehand that she was reading to take on the ‘karate black belt’ Tory by wearing ‘Kung Fu Panda’ heels – posting a picture of her Irregular Choice footwear on Twitter.

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