Transport Secretary says Partygate is ‘well-covered territory’

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Transport Secretary says Partygate is ‘well-covered territory'” – below is their description.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps told Kay Burley that partygate is “well-covered territory.”

He went on to say, “we’ve seen this, we’ve known about this – the only difference is seeing the photograph.”

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