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  • Clarke blasts politics by polling

    Ken Clarke has said it would be “absurd” if Michael Gove had been removed as Education Secretary because of opinion polling. It was widely reported that Mr Gove’s move to Chief Whip was predicated on internal polling showing he was unpopular with voters. Mr Clarke, who left Cabinet in the same reshuffle, told the Sund...

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