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After weeks speculation, Britain’s de facto deputy prime minister has left office.
Damian Green is one of Theresa May’s closest political allies and the man credited with putting her shattered team back together again after the Tories’ disastrous general election campaign.
David Davis and a string of other Tory MPs have rallied behind Damian Green, the effective deputy prime minister, after a former detective came forward with fresh allegations about pornography on Green’s Commons computer nine years ago.
Could Britain’s de facto deputy prime minister become the third cabinet minister to leave in little over a month?
Theresa May faced a storm of criticism from senior MPs last night over her government’s handling of an inquiry into alleged inappropriate behaviour by her deputy, Damian Green, after Downing Street suggested a report into his conduct might never be published.
Downing Street has said it may not publish any report into allegations against the first secretary of state, Damian Green, who is currently under investigation by the Cabinet Office.