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May holds crunch cabinet Brexit meeting

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News video: Matt Hancock brings ‘waffles for the cabinet’

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Health Secretary Matt Hancock tried to lighten the mood ahead of a crucial meeting at 10 Downing Street this morning when held up a bag of waffles claiming they were “for the cabinet”. Theresa May will try to secure support for her "bold offer" from MPs across the Commons after briefing her...

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