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Introducing Dominic Raab’s anti-women, anti-worker Brexit?

Raab's past pronouncements send a troubling message about the kind of Brexit he’ll be bringing home from Brussels’ negotiating rooms

By Sian Norris  

Dominic Raab leaves 10 Downing Street in London after being appointed Brexit Secretary. Photo: PA

After David Davis’ shock-not-so-shocking resignation, committed Brexiteer and Vote Leave campaigner Dominic Raab has been promoted to the role of Brexit Secretary.

In charge of the Department for Exiting The European Union, Raab—alongside the PM’s personal Brexit advisor, Olly Robbins—will be negotiating the UK’s departure from the EU which is set to happen in 263 days.

The appointment of the MP for Esher and Walton has caused something of a stir—not least for comments…

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