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07 July 2022

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Javid insists he quit as 'enough is enough' and 'something fundamentally wrong' (2)
Sajid Javid, © PA Wire/PA Images 06/07/2022 | 15:16 PM By Richard Wheeler, Ben Hatton and David Lynch, PA Political Staff Sajid Javid quit Boris Johnson's government after concluding "enough is enough", telling MPs: "The problem starts at the top and I believe that's not going to change." UK prime minister Mr Johnson watched on in the Commons as his former health secretary said he feared the reset button was no longer working and "something is fundamentally wrong".
Boris Johnson: Why Conservatives are urging PM to resign (2)
Published 14 minutes ago This video can not be playedTo play this video you need to enable JavaScript in your browser. Watch: 'Enough is enough,' says Sajid Javid in his resignation speech Boris Johnson's future as UK prime minister is in greater jeopardy than ever before. Months of unremitting political turbulence spiked on Tuesday when the health secretary and chancellor quit within 10 minutes of each other over
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