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Dominic Raab: It's been a rough week

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Dominic Raab: It's been a rough week

Dominic Raab: It's been a rough week

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab admitted on Sunday it had been a "rough week" for Prime Minister Boris Johnson after several resignations by MPs and Cabinet ministers and a rejection by politicians for a snap election in an effort to break the Brexit deadlock.

Mr Raab was speaking to Sky News after Mr Johnson suffered a new blow Saturday when ex-home secretary and Cabinet minister Amber Rudd resigned, saying she did not believe Mr Johnson was sincere about getting a Brexit deal.


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