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Dominic Cummings leaves home after cabinet shake-up

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Dominic Cummings leaves home after cabinet shake-up

Dominic Cummings leaves home after cabinet shake-up

Political adviser Dominic Cummings has left his London home today, accompanied by fellow Downing Street staffer Cleo Watson, following a cabinet shake-up that saw Sir Mark Sedwill step down as Cabinet Secretary.

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