Rees-Mogg defends PM: Very few people in public life lie

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Leader of the House of Commmons Jacob Rees-Mogg defends Boris Johnson saying to Channel 4 "very few people" in public life lie. He argues that people "are innocent until proven guilty" and just because the police are investigating parties at Downing Street does not mean a crime has been committed.

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