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A statement published on his website today said the leading QC makes “no secret” of his professional activities and ensures work for his constituents is always prioritised, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson has signalled his displeasure, with his spokesman warning MPs that they should prioritise parliamentary work.
Coxs’s statement added: “It is up to the electors of Torridge and West Devon whether or not they vote for someone who is a senior and distinguished professional in his field and who still practices that profession.”
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Yesterday’s Talking Point: Should the Covid vaccine be mandatory for NHS staff?
CheshireCat commented: “Of course. Only the politically motivated and the overly religious are against it.”