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Jacob Rees-Mogg's ex-business partner returns as trade minister

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Dominic Johnson is a former business partner of Jacob Rees-Mogg. He was given a lifetime peerage so he could serve in Liz Truss's government. Labour's Emily Thornberry asked if the appointment was "a joke" The Lib Dems criticised Lord Johnson for previously failing to publish his register of interests.
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Jacob Rees-Mogg's ex-business partner returns as trade minister

Tory donor Lord Dominic Johnson is re-appointed as a trade minister just 26 days after he was sacked.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Sunak criticised for reappointing Jacob Rees-Mogg’s business partner

PM decried for making Tory peer Dominic Johnson a trade minister having only recently sacked him

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sunak reappoints Rees-Mogg’s ex-business partner a month after sacking him

The Prime Minister has been criticised for reinstalling financier Lord Johnson as international trade minister after axing him from the job weeks ago.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Rishi Sunak re-hires Tory donor pal of Rees-Mogg - a month after sacking him

Labour frontbencher Emily Thornberry asked whether the appointment was a 'joke' after Lord Dominic Johnson was sacked from the role after 26 days

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sunak reappoints Rees-Mogg’s ex-business partner a month after sacking him

The Prime Minister has been criticised for reinstalling financier Lord Johnson as international trade minister after axing him from the job weeks ago.

2 months ago·Ketley, United Kingdom
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Sunak reappoints Rees-Mogg’s ex-business partner a month after sacking him

Rishi Sunak has been criticised for reappointing a controversial minister a month after sacking him.

2 months ago·Belfast, United Kingdom
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