The Guardian – Ministers tell Johnson: consult the entire cabinet not just No 10 clique
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Ministers tell Johnson: consult the entire cabinet not just No 10 clique
The Guardian suggests that Boris Johnson is being urged by his cabinet ministers, including Rishi Sunak, to do more collective decision-making rather than sticking with a “close No 10 clique”. It quotes a cabinet source as saying cabinet meetings have become non-events with no debate. The paper also adds that Boris Johnson faces a “tricky” few days this week after the Conservative by-election defeat and the continued attacks from former adviser Dominic Cummings.
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