The Press Preview – with Anna Soubry and Isabel Oakeshott

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Sky News’ Kimberley Leonard leads the Press Preview of what’s making tomorrows headlines – with former MP and anti-Brexit campaigner Anna Soubry, and political commentator Isabel Oakeshott.

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